Describes the guiding principles and core tasks which will be the focus of UNESCO's HIV/AIDS prevention education work for 2004-2008 (to be revised as appropriate). Sets out the context for these efforts in terms of the nature and extent of the pandemic, and the role of education in combatting ignorance and stigma
From contents page: 'This document is a UNESCO strategy paper which will guide its actions in the areas of HIV/AIDS in the coming years. It is focused on preventative education in the broadest sense, including advocacy at all levels, customizing the message, changing risk behaviour, caring for the infected and the affected, coping with the institutional impact of the epidemic, as well as information sharing and capacity building to achieve these tasks'
Ideas and practical activities around HIV/AIDS communication, emphasizing the need to listen, encourage and share, and to build on what people already know. One in a series of six booklets developed in southern Africa for use by AIDS educators, describing participatory learning exercises that can be used with adults and young people. Other booklets in this series cover a range of issues, including drama, AIDS education and evaluation
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