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J. K Baku (Education Research Network for West and Central Africa); Halima Begum (Department for International Development); Hazel Bines (Department for International Development); Mary Makoffu (East African Community); Mizé Francisco (Canadian International Development Agency); Munirat Ogunlayi (Department for International Development, Nigeria); and Suzanne Stump (Canadian International Development Agency). UN Organizations Akaleselassie Mekuria (UNFPA, Ethiopia); Alassane Dia (World Bank); Amaya Gillespie (UNICEF); Amy Stratford (World Bank); Andy Tembon (World Bank); Angela Chukwunyem (UNESCO, Abuja); Anju Sharma (World Bank); Anna Maria Hoffman (UNICEF); Bachir Sarr (UNESCO-BREDA); Bert Voetberg (World Bank); Carl Ampah (UNESCO, Ghana); Changu Mannathoko (UNICEF); Christine Panchard (UNESCO/IBE); Claire Mulanga (ILO); Cynthia Mouelle Kalanga (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Cyrilla Bwakirah (UNICEF, Abuja); Don Bundy (World Bank); Don Taylor (World Bank, Nigeria); Dorothée Kalonga Bibomba (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Dulce Almeida-Borges (UNESCO); Dzingai Mutumbuka (World Bank); Emmanuel Malangalila (World Bank, Tanzania); Eric Allemano (UNESCO/IIEP); Evelyn Serima (ILO); Fahma Nur (World Bank); Fatou Ndiaye (UNESCO-BREDA); Foussenou Cissoko (UNESCO, Yaoundé); Geraldo Martins (World Bank); Hubert Charles (UNESCO, Abuja); Iyabo Fagbulu (UNESCO, Abuja); Jacqueline Betouna (UNESCO, Yaoundé); Jane Miller (World Bank, Nigeria); Justine Sass (UNESCO, IATT Secretariat); Kidist Chala (ILO, Ethiopia); Lemma Merid (UNDP); Luc Rukingama (UNESCO-BREDA); Lucy Teasdale (UNESCO/IIEP); Makhily Gassana (UNESCO); Marcel Ouattara (UNICEF); Marie Yvette Saccadura (UNESCO, Brazzaville); Mayé Diouf (UNESCO-BREDA); Michael Azevor (World Bank); Noerine Kaleeba (UNAIDS); Papa Beye (ILO); Patricia Moccia (UNICEF); Philomène Matondo (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Pierre Gambembo (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Rashid Aderinoye (UNESCO, Abuja); Ruth Kagia (World Bank); Salimata Diallo (UNESCO, Bamako); Sarah Gudyanga (UNICEF); Sonia Yeo (UNICEF); Stanley Phiri UNICEF); Stella Manda (World Bank); Sunday Uzu (ILO); Susan Opper (World Bank); Tanya Zebroff (World Bank, Zambia); Tara O’Connell (World Bank); Wack Diop (UNESCO, Yaoundé); Wafaa Neguede (UNESCO); Ydo Yao (UNESCO, Kinshasa); and Yemesrach Assefa (WFP, Ethiopia).
The work described in this review does not suggest any single solution. Instead, the approach is based on the recognition that Africa is a diverse continent, and countries need to find their own local approaches to the epidemic. The Regional Economic Communities (RECs) of the African Union have been instrumental in encouraging locally specific responses and, recognizing that HIV knows no frontiers, in coordinating responses among neighbors. The countries of East, Central, and West Africa, working through the RECs, have created subregional networks of Ministry of Education HIV/AIDS Focal Points; these networks have been key to sharing information and developing capacity, and so to accelerating and strengthening responses at the national level.
HIV treatment is an essential part of the response to this epidemic, but although treatment efforts gather pace, HIV prevention is too often being left behind. Data from 2005 showed that the rate of new HIV infections greatly exceeded the expansion of HIV treatment, making it clear that universal access to ART will only be achieved once HIV prevention becomes dramatically more successful. Many people still do not believe they are at risk, and stigma and discrimination still discourage many people from taking an HIV test to determine their HIV status.
Accelerating the Education Sector Response to HIV. Five Years of Experience from Sub-Saharan Africa by Donald Bundy,Anthi Patrikios,Changu Mannathoko, et al.The World Bank|The World Bank||Adult NonfictionHealth & Fitness, PoliticsLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 26.05.2010Street date: 26.05.2010