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Symposium on Meeting the HIV Prevention Needs of Young People in Asia - the Need for an Integrated Approach

Announcement and Agenda (pdf)

Symposium's Power Points Presentations:

UNAIDS Inter-agency Task Team (IATT) on Education Symposium
by Martin W Bloem (pdf)

Meeting the HIV prevention needs of young people in Asia:
Drawing lessons from epidemiology for the education sector
by Jan W de Lind van Wijngaarden, UNESCO; Ian MacLeod, UNICEF (pdf)


School Health, Nutrition and HIV&AIDS Programming: Good Practice in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region

by Lesley Drake and David Clarke (pdf)

 

Teachers and Sex – Uneasy Bedfellows? A Teenpath Experience
by Pawana Wienrawee (pdf)

How HIV and sexuality education areintegrated into school-based life skills programs

by Anna Maria Hoffmann (pdf)


Cambodia: School Health, Nutrition and HIV & AIDS (pdf)


Integrating HIV education into school based and out of school drug education programs:  The India experience
Meeting the HIV prevention need of young people in Asia:
The need for an integrated approach (pdf)

Coordination, Partnership and Strategic Implementation to Respond to HIV and AIDS, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Cambodia
by Dr. Kunthearith (pdf)

Qualifications Recognition: The Brisbane Communiqué Study
by Margaret Proctor (pdf)


Integrating HIV Prevention & Sexual Reproductive Health Education into School-based Programmes
by Peter F. Chen (pdf)


Related Link:
Responding to the HIV Prevention Needs of Adolescents and Young People in Asia: Towards (cost-) Effective Policies and Programmes
UNICEF, UNESCO, and UNFPA, 2007 (pdf)