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Last updated: 23 November, 2007 - Published 17:29 GMT
 
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World Aids Day 2007 special
HIV is taking its toll on teachers across Africa. To mark World Aids Day, Africa Have Your Say will explore how HIV and Aids are threatening the aspiration of education for all in Africa.
 
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Pupils in southern Sudan take classes in the shade of a tree, often from untrained teachers. Lewis Machipisa investigates how the region is rebuilding the schools system shattered by 20 years of war.
 
African Perspective
Alice Muthengi reports from Ghana where falling interest in the teaching profession is causing concern.
 
Audio diary
Alice Omondi and David Asante have spent a week in each other's schools learning how things work in the education sector of their international colleagues.

 
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