This free online course uses a straightforward style to deliver a clear and effective basic AIDS Awareness education programme.
The resource contains case studies for the news media to compare challenges and successes in their own countries.
Young people can make a difference in their schools and their communities. To ensure a bright future, young people are taking an active role in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
The most important thing that parents can do for their children is to teach them the fact that although there is no cure for HIV, it can be treated.
This toolkit is designed to assist Government Ministries or Departments to develop a sector-specific response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
This manual is designed to be used as part of a comprehensive training program on contraception. It includes materials needed for participation in the training activities.
This manual provides guidance on the monitoring and evaluation of national programs for the prevention of HIV infection in infants and young children.
This material depicts the universe of factors and processes conditioning the causes and consequences of AIDS epidemics.
Malnutrition is a serious danger for people living with HIV/AIDS. Even at the early stages of HIV infection when no symptoms are apparent, HIV makes demands on the body’s nutritional status.
"Triple Jeopardy" provides authoritative facts and figures. It explores the implications of the HIV epidemic for the woman, her child and her family.