Knowledge Differential by Geopolitical , Social and Economic Status : Evidence from Surveyed Children in South East Asia

@inproceedings{VazquezAlvarez2004KnowledgeDB,
  title={Knowledge Differential by Geopolitical , Social and Economic Status : Evidence from Surveyed Children in South East Asia},
  author={Rosalia Vazquez-Alvarez},
  year={2004}
}
  • Rosalia Vazquez-Alvarez
  • Published 2004
The HIV/AIDS epidemic is a major public health threat, with evidence showing that information campaigns are effective policy tools to control its evolution. Many of these are designed to increase children’s knowledge on HIV before they become sexually active or start to experiment with intravenous drugs, with the effectiveness of such campaigns subject to the extent to which they reach all sectors in the population. This paper applies matching methods and techniques for programme evaluation to… CONTINUE READING