HIV and AIDS Education in the Classroom: Guyana. ©UNESCO IBE 2011
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HIV and AIDS Education in the Classroom: Guyana

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Today, HIV and AIDS still affect young people severely. Without the existence of vaccine, prevention remains a priority to reverse the spread of the virus. School is an essential structure to inform a large part of the youth.

This DVD, produced by the International Bureau of Education (IBE) is composed of documentaries gathering examples on how to speak about HIV & AIDS and relates themes to support teachers in acquiring the skills and confidence to address these sensitive issues.

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on this subject: IBE programme for HIV and AIDS Education

Place/country: Guyana, Switzerland,
Type: Documentary
Extract: 13 min. Total length:
Credits: UNESCO IBE (publisher),
Published in: 2011
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 215493

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