23 February 2011
Creating a Supportive and Enabling Learning Environment for Children, especially Girls Living with HIV in Fragile Settings
Rozaria Memorial Trust in partnership with Isis-WICCE convened a consultation on creating a supportive and enabling learning environment for womchildren living with HIV and especially in fragile settings, on 22 February 2011, on the margins of the 55th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Over 60 participants attended from more than 15 countries, shared experiences, explored options and generated the following recommendations:
The workshop recognised that the family, the school and the community are three important settings in which children learn, grow and are enabled for quality education and training. With a special focus on children living with HIV, the following were the main recommendations:
Schools/Places of Learning
The workshop agreed that this statement will be shared at government at the CSW, Ecumenical Women at the UN; Global Coalition on Women and AIDS and the various regional and thematic caucuses, organisations and networks.
About Rozaria Memorial Trust
RMT supports initiatives that promote education, health and entrepreneurship for women and children in resource-poor communities Based in Zimbabwe,. RMT was established in 2007 in memory of the late Mbuya Rozaria Dizha, a community woman leader whose life embodied the principles of caring, sharing and innovation
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