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Sino-Australian Program to Train Teachers on AIDS in Xinjiang

A sub-project under a Sino-Australian program was recently launched in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to train teachers on AIDS, drugs and sexual diseases.  

A fund of 500,000 yuan will be used to carry out the sub-project, according to officials with the educational authorities of Xinjiang. It will be divided into two phases -- first, training educational officials and leaders of local elementary and middle schools, and second, training health teachers and teachers in charge of a class.


The final goal of the Sino-Australian program is to make sure students have basic knowledge and so avoid AIDS and drugs, according to the officials.


The five-year program was first launched in April 2002 with an estimated investment of 22 million Australian dollars. The Australian government contributed 15 million Australian dollars and the Chinese government 7 million Australian dollars.   


(Xinhua News Agency February 26, 2004)

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