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This study investigates whether the HIV/AIDS and Life Skills Education Programme for schools was implemented in accordance with the Ministry's directives.
It also seeks to establish whether the programme was effective or not by identifying and examining different implementation strategies and methodologies.
Fieldwork was undertaken in the Lupane Area Development Programme where nine schools were randomly selected from sixteen primary schools.
A total of nine head-teachers responded to the heads' questionnaire and fifty-eight Grade 4 to 7 teachers responded to the teachers' questionnaire.
The study reveals that to a very large extent the HIV/AIDS and Life-skills Education Programme was implemented from Grades 4 to 7 in the primary schools.
However, substantial improvements still need to be made in mobilising reading and financial resources.
More training and the introduction of more participatory methodologies need to be stepped up for the children to realise more benefits from this life skills education programme.
holds a Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of Zimbabwe.
He also holds a BA Honors in Development Studies from the University of South Africa (UNISA).
In 2006 he successfully completed the Degree of Master of Arts in Development Studies from the University of South Africa (UNISA).
He is a teacher and development practitioner.
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