22 January 2015
01 August 2011
This manual shares the basic personal health and infection prevention issues, basic guidelines in personal hygiene, cleanliness in the home, cleanliness in eating and drinking, clean air, control of vectors in the home, balanced diet, Malaria, diarrhoea, AIDS, Hepatitis and First Aid and helps the Complementary Basic Education facilitators or teachers to enable the delivery of health education to the children.
01 May 2010
Due to the high prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Zambia, a large number of children are forced into child labour at the expense of going to school. As a response to this and with the help of a local bank, the Livingstone Anglican Children's Project (LACP) launched a programme to address child labour in 2009.
01 May 2010
A programme aimed at providing social protection to families affected by HIV/AIDS in Uganda has proven to be efficient in the fight against child labour.
01 November 2008
Experiences and lessons learned from IPEC Project: "Combating and preventing HIV/AIDS induced child labour in Sub-Saharan Africa: Pilot action in Uganda and Zambia"
01 September 2008
This handbook provides a practical approach to integrating HIV/AIDS responses in projects and programmes that address child labour. They also provide a useful resource for organizations engaged in the fight against HIV/AIDS to reflect on their interventions and consider incorporating aspects that might make it easier for children affected by HIV/AIDS to avoid the slide into child labour.
01 July 2008
Psychosocial needs and skills for teachers and community groups supporting working and at risk children affected by HIV/AIDS in Zambia
01 June 2008
This manual is intented to be a guide to trainers to train personnel who work with children in or at risk of HIV/AIDS induced child labour. This manual must be accompanied with the Scream Special module on HIV, AIDS and child labour, and the Training manual on child labour and HIV/AIDS.
01 January 2008
The rich experiences and multiple achievements of the ten implementing agencies in Uganda and Zambia have yielded a number of important lessons learned, and good practices for combating HIV/AIDS induced child labour. Those are contained in this document, which is aimed at assisting many agencies and individuals in sub-Saharan Africa with innovative ideas and good replication models to effectively combat HIV/AIDS induced child labour.
Enhancing social protection to alleviate HIV/AIDS induced child labour: Experiences from Uganda (Paper 11)
01 October 2007
Given the previous research done in the ILO-IPEC HIV/AIDS and child labour series, and based on experiences in Uganda, this study addresses the challenge of providing social protection to mitigate the phenomenon of HIV/AIDS induced child labour.