It also teaches life skills, such as how to say “no” to unwanted or unsafe sexual relations.: Children already enrolled in sixth grade classes were given a free uniform.The add-on component increasing critical thinking through in-class debate on condoms did not change behavior or results.
Two such measures were considered: (1) childbearing rates and (2) STI infection rates.
Childbearing rates were monitored regularly between 20.
STI infection rates (specifically, Herpes and HIV infection rates) were measured during a long-term follow-up in 2009-2010.
: Training teachers on how to implement the national HIV/AIDS curriculum greatly increased the likelihood that teachers taught about HIV in the classroom.
Children are seen as a “window of hope” in the fight against AIDS, because their sexual patterns are not firmly established.
In an effort to prevent HIV infections in new generations, in the late 1990s UNICEF and the Kenya Institute of Education jointly developed an AIDS education curriculum, including student and teacher handbooks.
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Implementers also announced that students still enrolled in school the following year would be eligible for a second uniform, and distributed uniforms again the following year.
: Schools received both elements of the other two interventions.
Over one quarter of these new HIV infections are among people under 25, and almost all are due to unprotected sex.