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Inter Parliamentary Union on HIV and AIDS 22 January 2008. Dr Shaidah Asmall. Higher Education Sector. Sub-sector of Education Institutional autonomy - Higher Education Act 101 of 1997 23 public HEIs – Universities, University of Technology and comprehensives 761 090 students (2007)

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higher education sector
Higher Education Sector
  • Sub-sector of Education
  • Institutional autonomy - Higher Education Act 101 of 1997
  • 23 public HEIs – Universities, University of Technology and comprehensives
  • 761 090 students (2007)
  • 57 164 (FTE ) staff (2007)
  • Total budget R25,2 billion (2007)
  • State subsidy R 11,4 billion-41% (2007)
heaids
HEAIDS
  • Collaboration between Higher Education Sector and DoE
  • Phase 1 (2000 – 2005) - Donors – R16m - Audit of HEIs - Funding for peer education and VCT
  • Phase 2 (2006-2009) - National, coordinated & comprehensive - Designed to empower the future leaders and workforce - EU - €20 M - Implemented by Higher Education South Africa (HESA) [Vice-Chancellors Association]
heaids beneficiaries
HEAIDS Beneficiaries
  • Students
    • Future leaders → Curriculum integration
    • Health care services
    • Behaviour change → personal and professional competencies developed
  • HE Staff
    • Wellness programme
    • Funding for Research- Strategic / fundamental- Operational
  • Society
    • New Knowledge (Research)
    • New Leaders as ambassadors
    • Intellectual capital promoting debate
    • Overall to NSP
heaids key result areas
HEAIDS Key Result Areas

HEAIDS Strategy

ENABLERS

OBJECTIVES(NSP)

Teaching & Learning

(Curriculum Integration)

  • Prevalence

Policies

Funding

  • Quality of Life

HR Capacity

  • Stigma

Community Engagement

(Prevention, Treatment

Care & Support Services)

Research&

Knowledge generation

KRA 4 - Best practices with respect to, inter alia, prevention, behavioural change, care & support, gender (including masculinity), curriculum integration etc. is identified, investigated, tested and replicated.

KRA 5- Knowledge generation, assimilation and dissemination with respect to the Higher Education sub-sector, the Education sector and the population as a whole is supported.

KRA 6 - Human resource capacities and systems development with respect to the challenges posed by HIV&AIDS are supported.”

dimensions of policy framework
Dimensions of Policy framework

(Adopted by MoE and HESA – 30 October 2008)

pf guiding principles
PF – Guiding Principles
  • Supportive and committed leadership
  • leadership at the highest level
  • harnessing core mandates – intellectual leadership
  • Students as the future leaders
  • Promotion of Human Rights
  • human rights of dignity, privacy, non-discrimination, equity and voluntary participation
  • diversity, social change and cohesion – de-stigmatisation
  • Inclusive of vulnerable and marginalised groups
  • encouraging open debate
  • Comprehensive response
  • recognition that HIV is a bio-psycho-social-developmental and economic pandemic
  • dictates a comprehensive approach
  • cognisant of global developments and Good practice
  • continuous cycle of improvement - M and E
outcomes by end 2009
Outcomes by end 2009
  • Leadership
      • Policy Framework
      • M & E system
  • Evidence based responses
      • risk assessment through prevalence and KAPB studies
      • minimum standards of health service delivery
      • Sustainable funding model developed
    • Infrastructure for healthcare, teaching & learning and research
    • Knowledge sharing through community of practice
challenges
Challenges
  • Appropriate funding allocation → - to implement Policy Framework - to sustain comprehensive, integrated and coordinated response at sector and institutions
  • Identified social and economic risks are addressed systemically and systematically
  • Sector response must be evidence based and through shared learning
  • Institutional health services supported by DoH