UNESCO HIV and AIDS – Education Clearinghouse Newsletter March – April 2012

Working in East Africa frightens you in terms of the devastation to families that has been caused by HIV/AIDS. Few families have not been affected or infected by HIV/AIDS. In some vilages you see no parents  -the children live with grandparents or other caregivers -their parents have died.  The following resource updates us on the situation for young people and how they can be supported.

(UNESCO HIV and AIDS – Education Clearinghouse)

To coincide with the new UNESCO and GNP+ publication “Positive Learning”, this issue focuses on resources related to young people living with HIV and how the education sector can best support their needs. Also included are resources on gender, girls, and tertiary education, recent policy and strategy documents, and practical guides for implementing responses to HIV and AIDS.


To access this resource, click here


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