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- DocumentInternational Journal of Educational Development, 2015School attendance often has positive impacts on the well-being of HIV-affected and HIV-vulnerable children in sub-Saharan Africa.DocumentLondon School of Economics, 2012HIV-affected children (themselves sick/with sick parents/orphaned) are particularly vulnerable to poor nutrition, mental and physical health, sexual abuse and poverty - which consequently tend to have a negative impact on their school enrolment and academic progress.Document
Young people - we care! A book of ideas to help young people supporting each other in their communities in ZimbabweJohn Snow International UK, 2003This book from John Snow International UK has been designed to encourage young people to support either younger children or their peers who are living in communities in Zimbabwe affected by HIV/AIDS. It is also envisaged it will be used by home-based care organisations to involve young people in their activities.Document
Teacher training: essential for school-based reproductive health and HIV/AIDS education: focus on sub-saharan AfricaYouthNet, Family Health International, 2004For teaching information and skills related to HIV/AIDS, teacher training is essential, and complex. In sub-Saharan Africa, up to half of all new HIV infections are occurring among youth under age 25. Since most youth attend school at least for primary education, school-based programmes are a logical place to reach young people.DocumentHealth Economics & HIV/AIDS Research Division, University of Natal, 2000The objective of this paper is to describe the underlying problem of HIV/AIDS in the context of education development in Southern Africa, and also to identify opportunities for remedial action and positive enablement.