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    Education, VIH et sida en Afrique centrale : Comment l’école peut-elle agir sur les comportements ?

A just-released report features the findings of the February 2006 regional workshop on HIV and AIDS curriculum development and how schools can have an impact on behaviors.



Education, VIH et sida en Afrique centrale : Comment l’école peut-elle agir sur les comportements ?

Education, VIH et sida en Afrique centrale : Comment l’école peut-elle agir sur les comportements ?
  • Central African Republic – 1983 – School course, teachers, pupils / © UNESCO

12-06-2006 - A just-released report features the findings of the February 2006 regional workshop on HIV and AIDS curriculum development and how schools can have an impact on behaviors.

The workshop was attended by participants from the six countries of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) – Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon – as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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