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Title Challenging HIV and AIDS : a new role for Caribbean education / edited by Michael Morrissey ; with Myrna Bernard and Donald Bundy ; foreword by George Alleyne.
Imprint Kingston ; Miami : Ian Randle Publishers ; Kingston : UNESCO, Kingston Office, c2010.
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 Main Collection  RA643.86.C27 C48 2010    AVAILABLE


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Call # RA643.86.C27 C48 2010
Phys. Description xvii, 360 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "There are an estimated 42 million people worldwide living with HIV and AIDS. In the Caribbean, the statistics are alarming. After sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean has a higher HIV prevalence than any other area of the world. The need to control the spread of HIV is critical. Though medical advances have been successful in slowing the progress of the disease, there remains no cure for HIV and AIDS. In Challenging HIV and AIDS, the contributors, players at various levels in the education sector across the Caribbean, weigh in on the value of education as a means to halt the spread of HIV and AIDS. The contributions are unique to the Caribbean experience and culture and address the root causes of the spread of the epidemic. Reducing ignorance and the accompanying stigma and discrimination as well as addressing issues of sexuality through Health and Family Life Education in schools are identified as effective programmes in addressing the epidemic."--P. [4] of cover.
Contents Section 1: Assessment: the response at mid-decade -- Response of the Education Sector in the Commonwealth Caribbean to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: A Preliminary Overview / Michael Morrissey -- HIV in Caribbean schools: The Role of HIV Education in the second most severely affected Region in the World / David Plummer -- Health and Family Life Education in the Formal Education Sector in the Caribbean: A Historical Perspective / Joycelyn Rampersad -- Preliminary Assessment of Education Ministries' capacity to address HIV and AIDS / Cheryl Vince Whitman and Mora Oommen -- Assessing the Education Sector response to HIV & AIDS in Jamaica / David J. Clarke -- Jamaica's National Policy for HIV/AIDS Management in Schools: A Case Study / Pauline A. Russell-Brown -- Barriers to Integration of HIV & AIDS infected/affected Children into the Jamaican School System / Wilma Bailey and Affette McCaw-Binns -- Assessment of the Response of Four Caribbean Universities / Marie Jose N'Zengou-Tayo, Mary Crewe, Johan Maritz, Lydia Emerencia, Esthela Loyo and Justine Sass -- Section 2: Reflection on critical issues -- The Challenge of Sexually Active School Children in the Caribbean / J. Peter Figueroa -- Is Learning becoming Taboo for Caribbean boys? / David Plummer -- Health and Family Life Education: Addressing Challenges to Effectiveness in Caribbean Schooling / Morella Joseph, Elaine King, Connie Constantine, Lydia O'Donnell, Ann Stueve and Cheryl Vince Whitman -- Responding to the Need for Instructional Materials: The Case for Partnership / Ian Randle -- African HIV/AIDS Instructional Materials: Adopt, Adapt or Start over? / Diane Browne -- Ending the Silence of Teacher Education: The Case of the Jamaican Teachers' Colleges / Vileitha Davis-Morrison and Janice HoLung -- The impact of HIV and AIDS on Education in the Caribbean / Claire Risley, David J. Clarke, Lesley Drake and Donald Bundy -- The Price of Prejudice: The Corrosive Effect of HIV-related Stigma on Individuals and Society / David Plummer and Arden McLean -- External Funds Relevant to the Education Sector Response to School Health and HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean Region / Donald Bundy, Tara O'Connell, Alexandria Valerio and Mary Mulusa -- Building Sector Leadership: A Caribbean Model, The Advocacy and Leadership Campaign / Connie Constantine, Cheryl Vince Whitman and Mora Oommen -- Section 3: Toward policy and concerted action -- The Caribbean Community Declaration on Education, HIV and AIDS / The Caribbean Community -- An HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy for the Education Sector in the Caribbean / ILO & UNESCO -- HIV and AIDS Education through HFLE for 10-14 year olds / CARICOM Secretariat -- Self-Assessment Checklist for University Responses to HIV/AIDS / David Plummer -- Making Bold Moves in the Caribbean Education Sector: Establishment of the First Regional Network of Education Sector HIV and AIDS Coordinators / Sherlene Neal Tablada -- GIPA and the Education Response to HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean / Suzette M. Moses-Burton and Christoforos Mallouris -- The Masters in Education (Health Promotion) / David Plummer.
Subject AIDS (Disease) -- Caribbean Area.
HIV infections -- Caribbean Area.
AIDS (Disease) -- Prevention -- Study and teaching.
HIV infections -- Prevention -- Study and teaching.
Health education -- Caribbean Area.
Alt Author Morrissey, Michael.
Bernard, Myrna.
Bundy, Donald A. P.
ISBN 9766373531 (pbk.)
9789766373535 (pbk.)
9231041517 (UNESCO)
9789231041518 (UNESCO)