A Sourcebook of HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs: Education sector-wide approaches. Volume 2
Alexandria Valerio, Michael Beasley, Donald A. P. Bundy
World Bank, 2008 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
A Sourcebook of HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs Volume 2 is part of a global effort to accelerate the sector's response to HIV/AIDS, particularly in Africa, and reflects the increasing recognition of the role that education has to play in the national response to HIV. A good education is now recognised as making a crucial contribution to reducing stigma and discrimination and to helping young people avoid infection. School-age children have the lowest prevalence of infection, and even in the worst-affected countries, the vast majority of schoolchildren remain uninfected. For these children there is a window of hope, a chance of a life free from HIV if they can acquire the knowledge, skills, and values to help protect themselves as they grow up. Sector-wide school-based programs have the potential to interact with large numbers of children and youth and offer a ready-made infrastructure for offering cost-effective HIV/AIDS education at population scale. The first volume of this Sourcebook was published in 2004 in response to requests from educators in affected countries. It documented education-based HIV prevention programs from seven Sub-Saharan African countries. At that time few governments were taking the lead in the delivery of education sector programs and most of the education activities described in the book were limited to relatively small projects in nonformal settings, or the production and dissemination of Information Education and Communication materials. This new volume was produced in response to requests from educators for programmatic examples of education sector-wide approaches. With lessons that are replicable and scalable, this new analysis of 10 HIV/AIDS prevention programs - from 6 Sub-Saharan African countries as well as the Dominican Republic and Israel - fills an important gap in programming expertise in the education sector.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Programa de Education Afectivo Sexual PEAS
The Rapid Results Initiative Eritrea
11 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
abstinence adolescent advocacy AIDS education assessment attitudes CfBT components condom counseling cultural curriculum district Dominican Republic education sector ELPE enable ensure facilitate FLHE Gambia gender Ghana girls HIV infection HIV prevention HIV/AIDS education HlV/AlDS impact integrated issues JAIP junior-secondary schools Kenya knowledge leaders learners learning lessons life-skills living with HIV/AIDS Maekel manual materials messages Ministry of Education Ministry of Health MoEST monitoring and evaluation Namibia NGOs Nigeria parents participants participatory partners PEAS peer educators peer health educators peer pressure peer supporters percent phase pregnancy Primary School program implementation PSABH refusal skills reproductive health responsible role-plays safe sex school health school-based secondary schools self-efficacy sessions sexual activity sexual health goals staff stakeholders STIs strategies sugar daddies target group teacher training teenage pregnancy topics trainers U.S. dollars UNICEF Window of Hope young youth zoba