© A. Aitchison, The UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development Siphiwe Hlophe,8 May 2008, Johannesburg, South Africa founder of Swaziland Positive Living.
Culture in response to HIV and AIDS
The challenges associated with HIV and AIDS have proven to be especially difficult because they differ from culture to culture. The ways in which the pandemic is regarded as well as the ways in which responses are conceived and implemented are intimately linked to factors such as traditional practices, gender issues and beliefs. For these reasons, UNESCO advocates for interventions that are culturally appropriate, gender and age sensitive, grounded in human rights and involve people living with HIV at all stages.
- Message from UNESCO Director-General: World AIDS Day
- UNESCO's activities worldwide: World AIDS Day 2008
- Cultural approach to HIV and AIDS prevention: A partnership in Zambia
- Photonovels in Mali's local languages: Raising awareness on HIV and AIDS
- UNESCO Intersectoral Platform: HIV and AIDS
- XVII International AIDS Conference: Mexico, August 2008
- Declaration on Comprehensive Sex Education: In Latin America and the Carribean
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