It is sadly ironic that the deepening impact of AIDS is increasing the number of children deprived of education, as education is the very thing children need most to stay safe from HIV. In AIDS-affected households and communities, the economic and social burden of AIDS often forces children, especially girls, to drop out of school, or to never attend. Many children leave school in order to provide and care for members of their families who are sick and dying – and, if their parents die, for themselves and their siblings left behind. It is acknowledged that the search for affordable vaccines and treatment therapies for HIV may take years. In the meantime, the main strategy for holding back the spread of the HIV virus is education, with consequent behaviour change on the part of individuals. Education must reach those who are at highest risk. Evidence suggests that a primary group for such education is teenagers.This book covers;Basics of HIV/ AIDs, Frequently asked questions on HIV, Value of Education, Increasing number of Orphans, Impact of Orphaning on children, Role of NGOs in Educating Orphans and Government Strategies in dealing with HIV in Schools. Its a book worth reading.