Life skills based education will be delivered in complimentary modes, comprising five main methods – Information, Student Education, Teacher Training, Workplace Education and Parent and Community Education
- Information provided must be accurate, appropriate, relevant, and in keeping with human rights legislation.
- The Health and Family Life Education (HFLE) curriculum will provide curricular education on SHN/HIV issues in Guyana.
- HFLE will be used to teach health issues.
- Peer Education Programmes will promote peereducation strategies and peer support groups such as Abstinence Clubs and Counselling Groups.
- The MoE will collaborate with appropriate organizations in training peer educators
- Through HIV Education, all students in education institutions will have access to HIV&AIDS education. He aim is to promote healthy living, provide the right environment, and discourage inappropriate behaviors.
- All CPCE trainees will undertake a compulsory module in the teaching of the HFLE curriculum.
- Employees of the MoE will be allowed to participate in relevant education programmes on HIV&AIDS and nutrition.
Parent and Community Programmes
- Education institutions will collaborate with Parent- Teacher Associations, School Boards and the wider community in building awareness, support and participation of parents in SHN/HIV education programmes.