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Preface Colin Brock; Introduction Nalini Asha Biggs; Global Overview Nalini Asha Biggs; 1. International Responses to HIV / AIDS and Education Christopher Castle and Mark Richmond; 2. The Politics of PEPFAR (President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief) David Kovara; 3. Health Promotion Though ABC Education in Zambia: Agenda setting and the development of the ABC strategy Doreen Tembo; 4. HIV / AIDS Education for HIV-positive Women in India Priya Lall; 5. The Education Sector Response to HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean David Clarke; 6. HIV and the Internet: Sharing treatment information Fadhila Mazinderani and Jane Anderson; HIV / AIDS Education in Turkey Tuncay Ergene and Kerim Munir; Conclusion Nalini Asha Biggs; Index.
Nalini Asha Biggs is a doctoral student in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford, UK. She has extensive experience working in special education classrooms in southern California, USA, and specializes in HIV / AIDS, health and sex education for people with disabilities in developing countries.
'This book providesuseful examples of why HIV must be recognized as a social as well as a medical condition.It argues that the disability that HIV causes can be mitigated by education, and provides an eclectic set of "stories" to illustrate this.' David A. Ross, Professorof Epidemiology and International Public Health, London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine, UK 'This book provides useful examples of why HIV must be recognized as a social as well as a medical condition. It argues that the disability that HIV causes can be mitigated by education, and provides an eclectic set of "stories" to illustrate this.' David A. Ross, Professor of Epidemiology and International Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK 'This book is an important addition to the literature. The field of AIDS research and advocacy is complicated and continually expanding with new publications, findings and interventions appearing on an almost daily basis. It is difficult for anyone to keep up with this tide of information. This book synthesizes established and new AIDS information, providing a highly readable and informative overview of the AIDS epidemic. It gives educators a solid introduction to the latest information in the field. It is therefore an important contribution to the AIDS literature. I hope it finds a wide audience.' Nora Ellen Groce, Director of the Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre, Division of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London, UK