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HIV/AIDS has become a social and workplace issue. If the world has to be reed of the pandemic, the workplace and its stakeholders have roles to play. However, organisations have not accorded the evaluation of their workplace HIV/AIDS programmes its rightful place. Many organisations that would like to evaluate their programmes lack the benchmark on which to base their evaluation. This book aimed at providing the missing link for workplace evaluation with special bias to inputs evaluation. It covered workplace HIV/AIDS programmes/strategies, human, material and technological resources necessary and target groups. This book is a must read for all workplace managers/executives, all cadres of employees of organisations as well as stakeholders. It is highly recommended for promoters of HIV/AIDS information, communication and education,and especially for researchers in the area of health programme evaluation. It is recommended for government agencies in-charge of supervision for workplace HIV/AIDS programmes implementation and managements of business organisations.
It is indeed my pleasure to introduce the African Population Studies material on Demography/Population Studies. This is my great pleasure to include few different African studies those who have worked under my supervision. I have taken care of the latest Demographic and Health Survey data, Population Census and Primary data were used in the analysis and existing development content as per African situation. I have tried to use the statistical analysis much simpler in order to cover broader aspects of Population Studies. The present book title covered the African Population Studies composed different topics, health data inconsistencies, mental health, maternal mortality, family size preference, antenatal care, contraceptive practice and youth sexuality in Africa. In the recent years there are many issues in order to estimate fertility, mortality and migration, HIV/AIDS and vulnerable diseases but they are not included here as I feel that there is need of more work on these techniques in order to make them perfect. I hope the basic demographic analysis would fulfill the basic requirements of students, researchers and policy makers in the field of Population Studies.
This book draws attention on the sexual encounters of teenagers. Teenagers do not always have private intimate places of their own and tend to use school grounds, toilets and classrooms to engage in sexual activities. Recently, various newspapers published articles about teen pregnancy and sex on school grounds. The alarming rate of sexual activities at schools among South African teenagers became a driving force for the investigation into this phenomenon. Young people's sexual behavior is influenced by various factors. Among these factors, media was the most influential factor with teenagers being vulnerable to social networks and TV. Teenage sexual behavior continues to be a global problem with South Africa facing high prevalence of HIV/AIDS and teenage pregnancy. Young people tend to use school premises to engage in sexual activities due to the lack of supervision at school.
Violating the property rights of children is also violating different international human rights declarations and conventions as well as the Constitution and other local laws. This has its own implication in social work ideology and practice. Since children are vulnerable to various man made and natural circumstances, they need the support, care and supervision of adults. This, of course, is indispensable for their normal growth and development. However, due to various reasons, children are devoid of parental care. Such children need external support and protections as citizens and minors. It is because of this reason that children at global and national levels have legal protections. Children s property and inheritance rights are at the high risk when parents especially die of AIDS and related illnesses partly because of stigma attached to the pandemic and also because orphans are more vulnerable to property grabbing by relatives, siblings and neighbors.
It takes good policies that are well implemented to improve several aspects of people's lives. Sub-Saharan African Countries and Malawi are hard hit by HIV/AIDS. Human development is hampered by negative effects of HIV infection. If prevention is optimized, the efforts and resources dedicated to treatment of HIV/AIDS could be directed towards improving people's social economic development. Execution of HIV prevention and related programs require enabling policies or guidelines. This work provides lessons to move policies into successful implementation. Key barriers include, non-involvement of key personnel in policy making process, lack of awareness about the actual policy, lack of supervision, lack of systems coordination, poor policy harmonization and shortage of manpower to implement policies. Facilitators include, supportive supervision, effective partnerships with key players and good political will. Policy implementation can be improved by, greater involvement in policy-making process for key personnel, training/sensitization about the policies, good coordination among policy players and clear supervision mechanism involving leaders at lower level.
This book examines methods for teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) in Egyptian preparatory schools, specifically the use of listening comprehension in English language classes. As a long-time teacher of preparatory school students, Mohamed Eltawila noticed that his colleagues were not using listening comprehension in their teaching, although listening exercises were in the textbooks and there was time to teach them during the instruction period. Instead, teachers were concentrating on speaking, reading and writing skills. Eltawila used interviews with ten colleagues at a public school in rural Egypt to explore the reasons why listening comprehension tended to be overlooked. Based on results of a questionnaire and review of the literature, Eltawila presents a set of recommendations for including more listening comprehension in Egyptian instruction of the English language. He concluded that EFL teachers at schools in Egypt need more training in teaching listening comprehension, teaching aids that include listening comprehension, improved supervision that includes listening comprehension, and class examinations that include listening comprehension.