Refugees and HIV/AIDS: Information, Education and Communication Materials
Health, January 2010
The following materials are available upon request from:
Health and Community Development Section
Division of Operational Support
94, rue de Montbrillant
Fax: + 41 22 739 7366
II. PAMPHLETS & BROCHURES
I. POSTERS [pdf format]
- ERITREA POSTERS
A series of five posters [pdf] on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention developed by young people in refugee camps and areas of return in Eritrea.
Protect your children's future. Speak openly about sex and HIV/AIDS.
We love each other. Let's wait till we marry.
Drinking too much leads to unsafe sex. Unsafe sex leads to HIV. Protect yourself.
Protect your generation. Let's kick HIV/AIDS out of Eritrea.
We plan to marry. Let's take the HIV test.
- ETHIOPIA POSTERS
A series of four posters [pdf] on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention developed by young people in refugee camps in Ethiopia.
Drinking leads to unsafe sex. Unsafe sex leads to HIV. Stop drinking!
Stop sharing sharp instruments. It may spread HIV.
Having sex with many partners leads to HIV infection. Be faithful to your partner.
Be a responsible father. Protect your family from HIV/AIDS.
- UGANDA POSTERS
A series of six posters [pdf] on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention developed by young people in refugee settlements in Uganda.
Ensure your family's future. Discuss sex and HIV/AIDS with them.
Do not regret later. Protect yourself from HIV/AIDS as of today.
Rape is a crime that leads to imprisonment. Avoid it!
Protect your Family. Discuss HIV/AIDS.It will save lives.
Do not accept gifts. It leads to unwanted sexual advances and HIV infection.
Pregnancy interferes with your life goal. Get a certificate, not a baby (or HIV).
II. PAMPHLETS & BROCHURES [pdf format]
- HIV/AIDS: Stand up for human rights (2003)
This booklet deals with stigma's and discrimation surrounding HIV/AIDS from a human rights perspective. The booklet is a joint OHCHR, UNAIDS and WHO publication.
The brochure is available in English.[lo-res, 1,009 Kb, pdf]
(Download the hi-res version of this publication here (zipped pdf, 4.8Mb))
- Reach out, speak out (2003)
This is a story about youth, HIV/AIDS and xenophobia. It is intended to stimulate discussion and to promote tolerance and acceptance of refugees in South Africa. It is a UNHCR publication.
Available in English.