Guidelines for Supporting EDUCAIDS Implementation
The Practical Guidelines for Supporting EDUCAIDS Implementation provide practical and simple guidance that can be used by UNESCO colleagues as well as other partners including UNAIDS Cosponsors, to support the implementation of comprehensive education sector responses to HIV and AIDS at country level.
The Guidelines are organized in five chapters:
- Chapter 1 - Getting Started: Planning Your Support to EDUCAIDS Implementation
- Chapter 2 - Supporting Coordination in the Education Sector Response to HIV and AIDS
- Chapter 3 - Advocating for Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Education Sector Responses to HIV and AIDS
- Chapter 4 - Supporting Planning of Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Education Sector Responses to HIV and AIDS
- Chapter 5 - Resource Mobilization for Comprehensive Education Sector Responses to HIV and AIDS
The first section of each chapter, Concepts and Definitions, discusses the most important aspects of the topic. The second section, What you need to do, describes strategies and activities that staff supporting EDUCAIDS can use to carry out their work. It also provides tips and advice through specific and user-friendly tools. Each chapter lists additional resources that readers can consult. Finally chapters include check lists to be used to ensure that the education sector response to HIV and AIDS is gender responsive and fully takes into consideration the needs of key populations affected by the epidemic.
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Global guidelines for the construction and use of core indicators for measuring the education sector response to HIV and AIDS
The Measuring the education sector response to HIV and AIDS. Guidelines for the construction and use of core indicators publication aims to provide Ministries of Education and other education stakeholders involved in country responses to HIV and AIDS with clear guidelines on the construction and use of 15 core indicators to measure the education sector response to HIV and AIDS. The guidelines were endorsed by the UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on Education in February 2013 after extensive national, regional and international consultations and a rigorous field test of the new indicators through 2009-2012.
Readers will find detailed information about reasons for using each of the indicators; methods for collecting the data and measuring it; and guidance for interpreting the data, including how to analyse data from various indicators and draw conclusions in terms of potential changes in policies and programmes in the education sector. Practical tools for data collection, entry and analysis have been developed and will be forthcoming.