Moving towards inclusive education policies and practices? Basic education for AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children in Zambia

@article{Robson2007MovingTI,
  title={Moving towards inclusive education policies and practices? Basic education for AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children in Zambia},
  author={S. Robson and Sylvester Bonaventure Kanyanta},
  journal={International Journal of Inclusive Education},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={417 - 430}
}
The global spread of HIV and AIDS has presented a major threat to development, affecting the health of the poor and many aspects of social and economic development. The greatest impact of the epidemic has been felt in sub‐Saharan Africa, and Zambia ranks among the worst hit countries. The Free Basic Education Policy in Zambia upholds the right of all children to a universal basic education. This study explored staff and student perceptions of the impact of the epidemic on access to, and the… Expand
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