By Alexandria Valerio
A Sourcebook of HIV/AIDS Prevention courses, quantity 2 goals to aid efforts by means of international locations to reinforce the function of the schooling quarter within the prevention of HIV/AIDS. It used to be constructed based on quite a few requests for an easy discussion board to aid nations percentage their functional studies of designing and imposing courses which are special at school-age childrens. The Sourcebook seeks to meet this function via delivering concise summaries of courses, utilizing a regular layout that highlights its major parts for simpler application comparability. The second version records thirteen schooling established HIV/AIDS prevention courses focusing on young ones and adolescence from 7 sub-Saharan African international locations. The Sourcebook represents the paintings of many members, and used to be constructed through the Partnership for baby improvement with the realm financial institution. Its sponsors comprise UNAIDS, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNFPA, DFID, USAID, eire reduction and the area financial institution.
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65 twice a week (about $19 per student per phase). Other costs incurred during the program included the costs of transportation; development, preparation, and printing of manuals and other materials; training; running competitions; and documenting activities (video, photographs). Evaluation The RRI produced measurable results during each phase in a very short period. The program greatly expanded its coverage during each phase, reaching about 40,000 students, teachers, supervisors, school administrators, Education Office staff, and community members.
Actively involves youth by creating a safe social environment 6. Employs a variety of teaching methods designed to involve participants and have them personalize the information 7. Conveys clear message about sexual activity and condom or contraceptive use and continually reinforces that message 8. Includes effective curricula and activities appropriate to the age, sexual experience, and culture of participating students 9. Increases knowledge by providing basic, accurate information about the risks of teen sexual activity and methods of avoiding intercourse or using protection against pregnancy and STIs.
Teachers recognized the responsibility of both school and family in delivering sex education; they considered themselves responsible actors of PEAS. • Teachers showed adequate knowledge regarding prevention of HIV/AIDS and other STIs. They were able to mention two or more signs of STIs in men and women and at least one location where treatment of STIs is offered. Knowledge of the means of transmission was inadequate, however, with many teachers expressing their belief that mosquitoes can transmit the disease.