David ChakuchichiZimbabwe Open University
Zimbabwe HIV & AIDS2    Statistics     High Prevalence rate of over 29% in 1999,     HIV prevalence rate has fallen to 1...
Higher Education a High Risk3    Area        high rates of sexual experimentation,        prostitution or transactional s...
Differentiated Strategy4       Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS across the        curriculum       conscious programming of HI...
AAU (2007) Recommendations5       Adherence to Greater Involvement of PLWHAs       Commitment of Institutional leaders t...
Method6       The sample included universities, Teachers’        Colleges and Polytechnics with resident        students....
University HIV Curriculum7                        AU      BUS CU           GZ       HIT        MSU NUS SL   UZ            ...
Teachers & Technical Colleges8                                                                   STC                      ...
HIV Interventions in Universities9                         AU BUS CU                GZU       HIT MS     NUS SL   U       ...
Interventions in TRS & TECH10     Colleges                                                                     MMTC       ...
HIV Strategy for sustainability11                              AU     BUS      CU      GZ     HIT     MSU   NUS   SLS UZ  ...
HIV Strategies for sustainability12                                                                                  Kush ...
Recommendations13        that all institutions adhere to the AAU         COREVIP (Tripoli, 2007) recommendation and      ...
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David Chakuchichi - Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU)

  1. 1. David ChakuchichiZimbabwe Open University
  2. 2. Zimbabwe HIV & AIDS2 Statistics  High Prevalence rate of over 29% in 1999,  HIV prevalence rate has fallen to 13.1% in 2010 (MoHCW, 2009). The fall in the prevalence rate attributed  increased promotion of awareness campaigns,  preventive interventions by the different stakeholders  access to antiretroviral drugs rose by 60% coverage in 2010. Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  3. 3. Higher Education a High Risk3 Area  high rates of sexual experimentation, prostitution or transactional sex,  prevalence of gender violence,  vulnerability of female students in negotiating safe sex and  lack of comprehensive programmes to assist students make informed choices. Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  4. 4. Differentiated Strategy4  Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS across the curriculum  conscious programming of HIV and AIDS for the entire Higher Education.  an explicit curriculum mandatory for all learners recommended. Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  5. 5. AAU (2007) Recommendations5  Adherence to Greater Involvement of PLWHAs  Commitment of Institutional leaders to develop and enforce policies ensuring the uptake of HIV and AIDS courses by all students  Improvement and strengthening of research centres in the sub-regions as centres of excellence for collations of institutional data on HIV and AIDS  Enhanced partnerships for Aids Councils.  Need for home grown HIV and AIDS research agendas  Creating Environments that recognise the need for infected and affected people. Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  6. 6. Method6  The sample included universities, Teachers’ Colleges and Polytechnics with resident students.  The participants of the study were students services practitioners, Health Education and life skills lecturers and students members of HIV clubs.  Data collection was done through telephone interviews. An average of three calls were made to each individual for clarification of information received. HIV Programming Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable
  7. 7. University HIV Curriculum7 AU BUS CU GZ HIT MSU NUS SL UZ E T U T S HIV - - - - - - - - - programme for all HIV √ - √ - - √ - - - programme for some implicit √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ curriculum Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  8. 8. Teachers & Technical Colleges8 STC MaT BTT MTe Kus MM MT KP NT TC ec C C C c HIV - - - - - - - - - programme for all HIV material √ √ √ - √ √ - - - included in some courses implicit √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ curriculum Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  9. 9. HIV Interventions in Universities9 AU BUS CU GZU HIT MS NUS SL U E T U T S ZAwareness √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √CampaignsPeer Education √ √ √ √ - √ - √ √VCTCs √ - - - - - - - - Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  10. 10. Interventions in TRS & TECH10 Colleges MMTC BTTC Kush MTec MaTe MTC NTC STC KP cAwareness Campaign √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √Peer Education √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √VCTC - √ - - √ - - - - Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  11. 11. HIV Strategy for sustainability11 AU BUS CU GZ HIT MSU NUS SLS UZ E T U T HIV Policy √ √ √ - √ √ - - √ Operate VCTC √ - - - - - - - √ institutional √ - - - - - - - √ budget for HIV Linked to DAC & √ √ √ √ NAC Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  12. 12. HIV Strategies for sustainability12 Kush MaTe MTec MMT MTC NTC STC BTT KP C C c HIV Policy √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Operate VCTC - √ - - √ - - - - budget for HIV √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Linked to DAC & √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ NAC Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
  13. 13. Recommendations13  that all institutions adhere to the AAU COREVIP (Tripoli, 2007) recommendation and plan of action on HIV and AIDS  That instituions should ensure an explicit HIV and AIDS curriculum for all.  That higher education institutions have links with national HIV and AIDS co-ordination committees.  That all institutions engage in research in line with the country’s HIV research priorities. Higher Education Strategies for Sustainable HIV Programming
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