Category: Sex Education

Young Voices Africa | Resources on Sex & Relationships

Young Voices Africa is an initiative of AVERT. See their website for the videos and information. The videos focussed on six characters – Spijo, Lineo, Martha, Babalwa, Chipo and Mwaise who are all facing dilemmas around sex and relationships – whether it’s dating older people, an unhealthy relationship, having sex without a condom, being

Reproductive Health/Family Planning Services for Young People

Guest Post by Nandita Thatte, leader of the ‘Implementing Best Practices’ (IBP) Initiative at WHO. The IBP Initiative is a network of over 60 organizations committed to supporting the dissemination and use of evidence based guidelines and programmatic practices in family planning and reproductive health through innovative knowledge exchange and

A Life Skills Approach as Part of Preventing Violence Against Children

Between 14 and 15th February – The Agenda 2030 for Children: End Violence Solutions Summit, was held in Stockholm Sweden. The problem Globally, up to 1 billion children aged 2-17 years – or one in two children – have suffered physical, sexual or emotional violence or neglect in the past year. Violence

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20 Myths about Male Condoms for Older Children

Condoms are by far the easiest way to have safer sex, but the use of male condoms is riddled with myths, false perceptions, and unfounded fears. Working with schools and teachers we asked them to share with us the most common myths and misconceptions they have heard. This UNFPA publication

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Sexuality and Lifeskills Education for Young People

As a Health Education organisation, we often get asked about sex and lifeskills education and how we go about it! We don’t have our own projects but over the years our staff have helped to design programmes with partners and we have helped to develop materials alongside teachers and others.

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