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Africa AIDS Education series
Set of 8 books 24 pp each [Series ISBN 1-919910-09-3]

| What are HIV and AIDS? | AIDS in Africa | Children and AIDSCare for us and accept us
| Rights and AIDSMasakhane | Living with AIDS | The truth about AIDS

REVIEW: "The content is relevant and inline with the NCS. It reflects the need of the community and the country by informing and making learners aware of the effects of HIV/AIDS. Material is of good quality, colourful and easy to use. Layout of book very user friendly." [Northern Cape Department of Education]

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Afrikaans | English | Isindebele | Isixhosa | IsizuluSepedi | Setswana | Tshivenda | Xitsonga


What are HIV and AIDS?

This book discusses HIV, how it causes AIDS, how it spreads, and how to avoid it.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • A disease called AIDS
  • What causes AIDS?
  • What is AIDS?
  • HIV and other illnesses
  • How does HIV spread?
  • Sex and HIV
  • HIV and circumcision
  • Keeping safe
  • HIV and you

AIDS in Africa

This book provides information about testing for HIV, how AIDS is affecting Africa and how to cope with having a person with AIDS in one's family or among one's friends.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • AIDS in Africa
  • The HIV test
  • Living with HIV and AIDS
  • AIDS and food
  • AIDS and orphans
  • Families and AIDS
  • Talking to the right people
  • AIDS awareness
  • Is there a cure for HIV and AIDS
  • Are there medicines for HIV and AIDS?

Children and AIDS

This book explains how children are affected by HIV, how one gets the virus, and how to behave around someone who has it.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • Children and AIDS
  • Babies and AIDS
  • One child's story
  • Children as AIDS heroes
  • Children speak out about AIDS
  • AIDS and the facts
  • AIDS and school
  • What do children worry about?
  • Organisations that help children with AIDS
  • What can you do?

Care for us and accept us

This book tells the life story of an African child who was born with HIV, the trouble he had being allowed to go to school, and how the disease developed into AIDS.

Nkosi Johnson

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Contents

  • An AIDS activist
  • Born with HIV
  • My foster mother
  • Knowing about AIDS
  • Going to school
  • No one knew about AIDS
  • My mommy Daphne
  • I hate having AIDS
  • Nkosi's Haven
  • Tell people about AIDS

Rights and AIDS

This book discusses the constitutional rights of children to information, to protection and to a safe environment, and the constitutional rights of people living with HIV or with AIDS.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • Rights and AIDS
  • The right to information
  • The right to go to school
  • The right to medical care
  • The right to medicines
  • The right to work
  • The right to protection
  • The right to a safe environment
  • AIDS activists
  • Doing the right thing

Masakhane

This book discusses what people are doing about HIV and AIDS, and what everyone can do to protect themselves and to stop the disease from spreading.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • Working together to stop AIDS
  • Showing support
  • Art against AIDS
  • Memorial quilts
  • Talking about HIV and AIDS
  • Teaching the truth
  • Offer to do something
  • Scientists looking for answers
  • Promoting AIDS awareness
  • Protection is the best medicine

Living with AIDS

This book explains where AIDS comes from, what happens when a person gets HIV and how to cope with it.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • Life with AIDS
  • Where did AIDS come from?
  • What happens when a person is HIV-positive?
  • Can a person have HIV without having AIDS?
  • How does someone know if they have HIV?
  • Accepting HIV
  • Staying healthy with HIV
  • Themba and Lindy
  • Living openly with HIV
  • Living with hope

The truth about AIDS

This book discusses various myths about HIV and AIDS, and reinforces the fact that anyone can get the disease. It explains how HIV is transmitted and how one can protect oneself against it.

Cecile Mather

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Contents

  • Untrue stories about AIDS
  • HIV spreads mainly through blood and sex fluids
  • HIV cannot pass through unbroken skin
  • Anyone can get AIDS
  • AIDS is just a disease
  • You can't see if a person has HIV
  • People don't get HIV because they are bad people
  • AIDS is not caused by witchcraft
  • Injections don't spread AIDS
  • You can protect yourself from HIV
 

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