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HIV, AIDS and sexually transmitted infections - care, support and prevention - AIDS action

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 HIV, AIDS and sexually transmitted infections - care, support and prevention - AIDS action
 

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Working with young people on sexual health and HIV/AIDS - Resource Pack 
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Working with Young People on Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS - Resource Pack

This resource pack was produced in 1996. It contains a list of materials and games, activities and ideas on sexual health, including HIV. It lists resources and contacts that can help youth workers and educators discuss sexual health and HIV with young people, as well as share experience with others working in the same areas.

 

Contents 

Acknowledgements 
Introduction 
 
Health for us all 
Different people, different needs 
Selecting and adapting resources
 
Resources 
 

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Training manuals

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Books

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Teaching tools and games

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Comics

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Videos

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Newsletters

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Resource lists and directories

 
Samples
 

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Memory Game

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Condom use staircase

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Learning about AIDS - Everyone's task

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Transmission runaround

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Snakes and Ladders

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The Risk Game

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HIV Transmission Game

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Cartoon strips

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Feelings and Attitudes

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Puzzle Game

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Negotiating safer sex

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Collage

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Picture codes

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Drama and Role-Play

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Radio

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Puppets

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T-shirts with comic strips


Organisations and suppliers
Index
Evaluation form

 

Hand-in-Hand Network 
 
The Hand-in-Hand Network is an international movement which aims to promote the exchange of practical information and educational experiences concerning the health and rights of socially apart youth. The Network defines 'socially apart youth' as young people who may be homeless, living on the streets or refugees. Some of these young people, although living at home, may suffer from domestic abuse. They may be out of school, involved in sex work or child labour. In some way they are 'socially apart' from access to basic goods and services, and the attainment of rights. The Network is particularly concerned with sexual health and AIDS in developing countries.

The Network was established in 1991 with support from the World Health Organization and the Ashoka Foundation, and with technical support from Healthlink Worldwide based in London. At present there is no formal membership of the Network. Instead, individuals and organisations are encouraged to complete a questionnaire and then they are placed on a database and mailing list. This has been used to encourage networking and participation in specific projects of the Network, and to help with the distribution of a resource pack and seminar report.

Plans are currently underway to establish a more formal structure to help guide the Network, which will include a small group of international advisors serving on a volunteer steering committee. Contact Healthlink Worldwide for more information about future plans for the Network, or to find out how to participate in Network activities.

 
 
Funded by the World Health Organization, World Bank and States of Jersey



    

 

 

 
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