Combating HIV and AIDS

The intention behind this qualitative thesis is to discover exactly how and what educators in Iringa Municipality, Tanzania, educate their pupils with regards to HIV/AIDS in secondary school. We have utilized semi-structured interviews, observations as participator and my personal experiences to evaluate why the education is conducted in a specific way along with its deficiencies. The thesis wraps up that the process is a hierarchy situation in which the approach utilized is mainly one-way transmission of the theoretical content. This is definitely due to numerous factors as for low amount and quality of input factors. A few of the educators have no education on HIV and AIDS. Additionally, there are contextual elements impacting. The first is improperly implemented policies. Other is the cultural factor where there is a great taboo and stigma in the culture blocking the educators to explain about HIV/AIDS. The educators should be in a position to speak freely about sexuality, condoms, life skills in the context of HIV/AIDS.

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1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose and Research Question
1.2 Disposition
1.3 Background
2. Method
2.1 Sample
2.2 Data Collection
2.2.1 Analysis of Data
2.3 Reliability and Validity
2.4 Ethics
2.5 Literature Overview
3. Theory
3.1 Prevention through Education
3.1.2 Quality of Education and its Influences
3.2 Life Skills and Dialogue
3.3 The Tanzanian Educational System
4. Results and Analysis
4.1 Process
4.2 Input
4.2.1 TheTeachers Role
6.3 Outcome
4.4 Contextual Factors
4.5 Life Skills
4.6 Problems and Barriers in the Combat
4.6.1 Solutions to Problems

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