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HIV and AIDS content, curriculum and learning materials

    Content, curriculum and learning materials must:

    • be specifically adapted and appropriate for various levels - primary/secondary/tertiary, vocational, formal and non-formal learning environments;

    • be focused and tailored to various groups including children/orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), young people out of school, people with HIV, minorities, refugees and internally displaced persons, men who have sex with men, sex workers, injecting drug users, prisoners;

    • include prevention knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours covering sexual transmission, drug use including injecting, and other risk factors;

    • be focused on stigma and discrimination as well as care, treatment and support.


    Good Policy and Practice in HIV & AIDS and Education – Booklets 1, 2, 3 (2nd editions) and 4, 5, & 6 (new)
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    Red Ribbon (UNESCO New Delhi, 2007)
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    Handbook for young people, HIV and AIDS, Gender and Human Rights (UNESCO Mexico, UNIFEM and UNAIDS, 2007)
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    CD-ROM: Programme for HIV & AIDS education, version 3 (UNESCO IBE, March 2007)
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    HIV and AIDS Curriculum Manual

    Sexuality Education
    • Start date: 
    • 25-06-2007 - 
    • End date: 
    • 25-12-2011
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