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Acknowledgments

The World Health Organization and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization gratefully acknowledge the valuable contributions of:

· Alan Robertson:

Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada (text)

· Claudius Ceccon:

CECIP - Popular Image Creation Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (art direction and illustrations)

· UNICEF Zimbabwe:

For permission to reproduce sections of the publication Methods in AIDS Education, Ministry of Education and Culture of Zimbabwe and UNICEF, Harare, 1993

as well as the contribution of the numerous professionals who reviewed the drafts:

· M. Palmaan, N. Ford, N. Nturibi, A. Mehryar

· B. Dick, R. Foul-Doyle, C. Wang (UNICEF)

· At the India workshop:

A.B. Dandekar, Sudha V. Rao, P.K. Durani, D.K. Mukhopadhyay, D.G. Krishna, V. Reghu, J. Kaur, G.C. Singh, R.S. Lal, B.P. Sinha, L. Ibungohal Singh, S. Sapru, Usha Pillai, Anu Gupta, D.S. Muley, D. Lahiri, J. Mitra, Dinesh Sharma, S.B. Yadav, K.K. Sadhu, J.L. Pandey, S.A. Gopal

· At the Namibia workshop:

M. Shaketange, B. Saunders, M. Plaatjes, E.O Meara, J. Kloppers, J. Boois, P. Hailonga, M.B. Mhopjeni, E. Kiangi, M. Maree, P. Verhoef, C. Oliver, C. Mwaala, V. Orinda (UNICEF), J. Viteli, B. Valashiya

· At the Barbados workshop:

Y. Balgobin, H. Bend, J. Crichlow, G. Cumberbatch, M. Deane, G. Drakes, D. Gill, I. Denny, H. Gittens, M. Grant, A. Griffith, Y. Holder, E. Best, R. Marville, G. McBean (UNICEF), S. Millington, T. Payn, F. Browne, V. Roach, S. Clarke.

The following publications have served as primary sources for this package:

School Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases, WHO/UNESCO, WHO AIDS Series No. 10, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1992.

Comprehensive School Health Education - Suggested Guidelines for Action, UNESCO/WHO/UNICEF, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1992.

The graphic work for this Resource Package was done by CECIP, an NGO dedicated to the creation of educational materials. We gratefully acknowledge the advice of Dr. Evelyn Eisenstein, pediatrician, member of the International Association of Adolescent Health and coordinator of CECIP’s Health Working Group, and of Dr. Bernardo Galvde Castro, coordinator of the Institutional AIDS Program of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Salvador, Bahia and a member of CECIP’s Association. Desktop publishing by Cristiana Lacerda.

CECIP
Largo de SFrancisco de Paula, 34/4° andar
CEP 20051-070 Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Brasil
Fax: (55 21) 224 4565 e 224 3812

This document is part of a package that includes:

· Handbook for Curriculum Planners
· Students’ Activities

· Teachers’ Guide