DISCRIMINATION OF HIV+ CHILDREN IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. By Kivairo Daniel Swegenyi [Kenya]. Fr.Angelo D’Agostino, SJ. (1926-2006). Identified discrimination of HIV+ children in an orphanage in Kenya Set up NYUMBANI, home for HIV+ orphans only
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By Kivairo Daniel Swegenyi
Today’s generation of children have been born into a world where HIV/AIDS is a harsh, unavoidable reality. A situation that their time at school can help them to prepare for.
Sadly, for these children, HIV/AIDS is not a matter for study like poetry to be exalted or mathematical formulae to be applied. They are to study it, to know about it, so that they may avoid it!HIV/AIDS, School and Children
Mr. Poupard , UNICEF Representative Romania
HIV+ children at a school, cause adults connected to that school to learn more about HIV/AIDS through the school’s efforts to support the children
Schools can give HIV+ children a better understanding of their situation. HIV+children can learn to stand up for their rights and challenge discriminationPillars for change