A USAID-funded HIV/AIDS impact study on primary education completed in 2004 indicates that Kano, Lagos, and Nasarawa states have practical opportunities to restrain the increasing vulnerability of their primary education system to HIV/AIDS. The study, which was conducted among 1,350 of the states’ stakeholders -- public sector school administrators, teachers, educational planners, parents, and community leaders -- assessed the impact of HIV/AIDS on primary education and explored feasible interventions that can be introduced in primary schools.
Assessing Educators' Views on the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Primary Education in Nigeria
Implications for Future Programs
Ssengonzi, R. (2005). Assessing Educators' Views on the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Primary Education in Nigeria: Implications for Future Programs. RTI International.