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- The Effect of HIV/AIDS Education on Adolescents in Trinidad and Tobago
- The Impact Of The HIV/AIDS Epidemic on the Education Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa
- HIV and AIDS and Teacher Education in Zambia
- Relationship between education and HIV/AIDS
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The Effect of HIV/AIDS Education on Adolescents in Trinidad and Tobago
The Impact Of The HIV/AIDS Epidemic on the Education Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. These impacts confronting many African states and societies pose challenges to their management of their epidemics now and into the future. In , an estimated 1. Between December and December , , patients in Africa began receiving antiretroviral therapy ART , bringing the total receiving treatment to 3,,, just 36 percent of those in need of treatment in Africa according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization WHO WHO et al.
We also examined whether providing information about assertiveness skills led to an intention to delay initiation of sexual activity. A quasi-experimental design was used to conduct this study among secondary school students in Trinidad and Tobago. The five constructs of the Health Belief Model were used to design and test the impact of the educational lessons for the intervention group while the comparison group watched one educational video about HIV over four sessions. A total of secondary school students from nine schools between the ages of 11 and 18 years participated in the study, 92 in the intervention group and in the comparison group. Those in the comparison group had higher knowledge scores at posttest than the intervention group, controlling for pretest knowledge , but those in the intervention group were more likely to plan to delay sexual initiation. While knowledge scores increased for both groups, intention to delay sexual intercourse was only seen among the intervention group and within the younger age groups. By the end of , an estimated 33 million people worldwide were living with HIV of which 2.
Little is known about how HIV impacts directly and indirectly on receiving, or particularly succeeding in, education in sub-Saharan Africa. The fifth survey round — included data on children aged 6—17, which were analysed for the impacts of the above risk factors on regular attendance in primary and secondary schools and being in the correct grade-for-age. Additionally, HIV status had no significant association with any education outcomes in children aged 6—17 surveyed in — We found no evidence that HIV status affects education but further evidence that orphans do experience worse education outcomes than other children. Combination approaches that provide incentives for children to attend school and equip schools with tools to support vulnerable children may be most effective in improving education outcomes and should be developed and evaluated. School fees are particularly problematic for children from households impacted by HIV due to lost income from sick or deceased adult relatives and the high costs of medicines Fenner et al.
The impact of HIV/AIDS on education as a system means that fewer children are born in a society where HIV/AIDS is present, and most children infected perinatally will die before reaching school age. Those infected with HIV or ill with AIDS may not be able to enter or continue in school.
HIV and AIDS and Teacher Education in Zambia
Education is recognized as a social determinant of health. Poor information hinders individuals from analyzing their behavioural choices by masking potential health risks. Inadequate information becomes a risk factor for the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. In contrast, highly educated respondents were shown to be less likely to overestimate the possibility of HIV transmission through casual contact compared to respondents with a lower level education. A systematic review showed that financial education increased self-efficacy and lowered vulnerability to HIV in young people in low and middle income countries.
Relationship between education and HIV/AIDS
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Several studies have examined the effects of HIV/AIDS on human capital, the impact of HIV/AIDS on educational attainment of children affected by HIV. Most of %20and%20tutorial%updatedpdf.
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