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  1. 3rd global report on adult learning and education: the impact of adult learning and education on health and well-being; employment and the labour market; and social, civic and community life: key messages and executive summary

    This executive summary provides the key messages espoused in the main report. The third Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE III) draws on monitoring surveys completed by 139 UNESCO Member States to develop a differentiated picture of the global state of adult learning and education (ALE). It evaluates countries’ progress in fulfilling the commitments they made in the Belém Framework for Action, which was adopted at the Sixth International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI) in 2009. …

  2. Inspiring Others To Change Their World

    This document is the annual report 2008 of AIDS Foundation East-West.

  3. Keeping the Promise: AIDS Foundation East-West (AFEW) Annual Report 2009

    This is the annual report 2009 of AFEW, the NGO working with some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in Eastern Europe and Central Asia to adress one of the fastest growing HIV epidemics in the world.

  4. EDUCAIDS evaluation, 2009: key findings, recommendations and UNESCO's actions

    In 2008, UNESCO commissioned an independent evaluation of the implementation of EDUCAIDS, the UNAIDS Global Initiative on Education and HIV & AIDS (led by UNESCO) that seeks to prevent the spread of HIV through education and to protect the core functions of the education system from the worst effects of the epidemic. The evaluation was conducted by an external consultant and completed in 2009. …

  5. A response to HIV and AIDS. Examples of successful HIV prevention in Eastern Europe, South-East Europe and Central Asia

    HIV is a threat to development, especially in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. German development policy is active in this region to find a joint response to HIV and AIDS and to contain the epidemic. Some of its most successful approaches are presented in this report. The main difference between HIV epidemics in Eastern Europe and those in Africa, Western Europe and North America is in the transmission routes that are most common, i.e. via sexual transmission or via shared use of non-sterile injecting equipment. Another difference is the particular vulnerability of certain social groups. …

  6. Sbornik materialov po itogam realizacii programmy "Poleznaja privivka", razrabotannoj Proektom Hope, v Saxalinskoj oblasti. Janvar' - Maj 2007

    This document consists in a collection of contributions presented by the participants of a conference held in 2007 and dedicated to the implementation's outcomes of the programme "Useful Inoculation" in the Sakhalin Region. This programme was developed within the project "Healthy Russia 2020" and implemented in several secondary schools of five Russian regions. Its aim is to develop life skills that will allow learners to prevent from HIV and avoid drug use, and also to show empathy and support towards people living with HIV and AIDS. …

  7. Review of educational programs on HIV prevention in Russia

    The analytical study is based on the materials of the international seminar 'Challenges of XXI century. HIV/AIDS prevention in educational programs for children and youth' that was organized by the UNESCO Moscow Office and Moscow Department of Education on 5 July 2004 in Moscow. The great attention was paid to the questions of complex approach to the struggle with HIV, combination of medical and education programs, support to abandoned HIV-positive children. …

  8. Integrating HIV/STD prevention in the school setting: a position paper

    This position paper addresses the integration of HIV/STD-related programmes into the school system, whether through education about reproductive health, life skills or other important health issues. It also discusses the development and monitoring of policies that are essential for effective programmes, and provides information on how young people can learn to cope with the increasingly complex demands of relationships.

  9. Global reach: how trade unions are responding to AIDS. Case studies of union action

    Global Reach: how trade unions are responding to AIDS is a set of 11 case studies which illustrate the wide range of responses by trade unions to the HIV epidemic.The case studies, based on the experiences of working people in Africa, Asia, Central America and the Caribbean, show that the massive memberships and well-structured networks of trade unions are a powerful tool in the response to HIV. …

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