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  1. A message of peace for young generation (in Urdu)

    This booklet is addressed to youth, particularly students. It contains basic information about HIV and AIDS, modes of transmission, precautionary measures against HIV infection, what young students should know about their health, adolescence issues, and life skills.

  2. School Health Education Guidebook, Pakistan

    As part of capacity building for school health programmes, UNESCO and the National Commission for Human Development, Pakistan have developed and produced training materials for teachers and health workers on School Health Education in Urdu and Sindhi languages. The Guidebook includes two sections: Section I focuses on major areas such as the importance of health education in schools, characteristics of school health, preparation for health education sessions and different approaches for health education. …

  3. Guide book for teachers of non-formal basic education: prevention of HIV/AIDS

    Through the study of this module, teachers will learn techniques and ways to effectively guide their young and adult students in learning about HIV/AIDS. The module is divided into six parts: defining HIV/AIDS, AIDS in Pakistan and the world, how AIDS spreads, prevention measures against it, actions that do not transmit HIV/AIDS, and effects of HIV/AIDS.

  4. Wafa

    A story of a couple; Shahid and Zeenat who get information about HIV/AIDS through a television drama. Zeenat, the wife, is a Matriculate, and Shahid her husband, though not highly educated, is a hard working farmer. Before their marriage, he used to enjoy life in the company of his friends. After his marriage, Shahid settled down to family life and proved himself to be a good husband. Through a T.V. advertisement, Zeenat comes to know that loss of weight and persistent fever are symptoms of HIV/AIDS. Shahid used to work hard in the fields, and usually looked tired and sick, after coming back. …

  5. Sanjha Dukh

    A story of a villager Nazir, who goes abroad and is infected with HIV/AIDS from his wife. This informative story has been prepared by the Bunyad Literacy and Community Council (BLCC), Lahore.

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