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  1. Health promoting schools initiative: a project of the Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Health and Wellness Unit, Ministry of Health Guyana

    The main thrust of the initiative has been the formation of school health clubs in secondary level schools throughout Guyana. These health clubs are intended to be a way for young people to be positively engaged in productive activities, learn about healthy behaviours and lifestyles, take responsibility for their own health and health promotion in their schools, and generate positive peer norms as they make the transition from childhood to adulthood. The intention is for every secondary level school in the country to have its own health club.

  2. Getting started: HIV/AIDS education in school feeding programmes

    The purpose of this document is to provide clarification for school feeding (SF) focal points and HIV/AIDS focal points on how to integrate HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention education activities into SF programmes. It presents a menu of ideas to do this. Country offices can select the activities appropriate to their needs and circumstances, as well as their capacity to undertake HIV/AIDS initiatives. …

  3. Evaluation of knowledge level of pupils of 10th-11th classes on the pilot school course "Basics of Healthy Lifestyle and Family": A base line study

    The UNESCO Office in Tashkent is implementing a project on the promotion of preventive education against HIV/AIDS in Uzbekistan. Within the framework of this project they have assisted the Ministry of Public Education in developing a curriculum and a teacher training manual for a newly introduced compulosry subject called, "Healthy lifestyles and family" which includes topics such as HIV/AIDS and its prevention. This base line study has been planned to assess the effectiveness of this project.

  4. Child-friendly Community Schools approach for promoting health, psychosocial development and resilience in children and youth affected by HIV/AIDS

    The following report is a compilation of all implemented activities and results derived from the Child Friendly Schools project for AIDS affected children in three provinces of northern Thailand. The report outlines the methodology utilized and highlights the best practices and lessons learnt during the planning and implementation period of the project. The report illustrates the crucial importance of incorporating communities into the planning and implementation process of any intended development project. …

  5. Série de documents d'information OMS sur la santé scolaire. Document N° 6 Prévenir le VIH/SIDA et les MST et lutter contre la discrimination qu'ils entraînent : une des tâches des écoles-santé

    Ce document de la série de l'OMS consacrée aux questions de santé scolaire a pour but d'aider à appliquer des stratégies de promotion sanitaire visant à relever les niveaux de santé, prévenir le VIH/SIDA et les MST et à lutter contre les discriminations qu'ils entraînent à travers des programmes "Ecoles-santé". S'appuyant sur les recommandations de la Charte d'Ottawa pour la promotion de la santé. Il vise à aider les individus et les groupes à opter pour une nouvelle approche de la santé publique qui crée des conditions de santé durables et l'établissement d'un mode de vie sain.

  6. Comprehensive school health education: suggested guidelines for action

    Education for health is a fundamental right of every child. Health is inextricably linked to educational achievement, quality of life, and economic productivity. By acquiring health-related knowledge, values, skills, and practices, children can be empowered to pursue a healthy life and to work as agents of change for the health of their communities. In order to achieve these goals, this report, an outcome of the WHO/UNESCO/UNICEF Consultation on strategies for implementing comprehensive school health education/Promotion programme, provides general principles and strategies to guide action.

  7. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Teacher's guide

    A prototype action-oriented school health education project has produced a prototype curriculum with a teacher's guide, a teacher's resource book, and a set of national guidelines for the implementation of school health. This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. …

  8. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: National guidelines

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This volume contains a set of national guidelines for school health. It also serves to capacitate teachers on the use of the guides and resource books.

  9. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Unit 18-22

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This volume contains general information on some diseases and covers: Unit 18: diarrhoea; Unit 19: skin infection and infected wounds; Unit 20: worms and parasites; Unit 21: common respiratory infections; and Unit 22: other infections and illnesses such as HIV/AIDS.

  10. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Units 13-17

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This volume deals with general information on health and contains: Unit 13: first aid; Unit 14: how diseases spread; Unit 15: needs and facilities in the community; Unit 16: caring of sick children; and Unit 17: immunization.

  11. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Units 10-12

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This volume which focuses on public health contains: Unit 10: public hygiene; Unit 11: water and health; and Unit 12: living environment.

  12. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Unit 7-9

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This volume covers Unit 7: social and mental health; Unit 8: safety; and Unit 9: lifestyle, medicines and their use

  13. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Unit 6

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This particular volume deals with fo

  14. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Units 1-5

    This volume is one of the seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g., making the educational process action-oriented. This resource book contains Units 1-5: Unit 1. responsibility and health; Unit 2. human body; Unit 3. hygiene; Unit 4. oral health; and Unit 5. care of eyes, ears, nose, skin, hair and feet.

  15. Prototype action-oriented school health curriculum for primary schools: teacher's resource book. Glossary [and] index

    This volume is one of seven resource books designed to assist teachers in school health. It advocates a shift in emphasis on instruction to one focused on providing pupils with learning opportunities and experiences, e.g. making the educational process action-oriented. It introduces 22 units and contains 6 resource books. It also contains a glossary including a list of definitions of scientific terms and a handy reference collection of basic information on many of the topics in the books.

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