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Fulfilling our promise to young people today (2013-2015) Progress Review

This report presents progress made after two years of implementation of the ESA Commitment (2013-2015). Significant progress has already been made thanks to concerted action by governments, civil society, and development partners at national and regional level. The data presented was obtained and validated through a multi-sectoral country reporting process as stipulated by the respective coordination mechanisms of the ESA Commitment.

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Affirmed and Endorsed ESA Commitment

Affirmed and Endorsed ESA Commitment

The historic ESA commitment was endorsed at the 2013 ICASA Conference and has time- bound actions and targets that were agreed upon by member states. Countries that endorsed the commitment include Angola, Botswana, Burundi, DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Accountability Framework

Accountability Framework

The Accountability Framework will be the guiding outline that helps to track country progress and ensure targets are being met across the region. This is championed and led by the Regional Economic Communities from SADC, EAC and COMESA. Accountability is also supported by UN bodies, Civil Society Organizations and young people.

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Year in Review: 2014 Progress

Year in Review: 2014 Progress

This report is a summary of progress since this landmark ESA Ministerial Commitment was made. It presents the priorities and progress made during the past 12 months at both national and regional levels with specific focus on the targets and accountability framework.

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Overlooked and Uninformed: Young Adolescents’ Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Overlooked and Uninformed: Young Adolescents’ Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Recognizing the realities of young adolescent girls’ and boys’ lives—and particularly their need to know about their bodies and their sexual rights and responsibilities—is crucial for building the foundations of a safe passage through adolescence into adulthood.

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Political Leaders: know more about CSE and youth friendly services

Political Leaders: know more about CSE and youth friendly services

Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is culturally and age appropriate information that teaches young people about sexuality and sexual and reproductive health issues.

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Religious Leaders: know more about CSE and youth friendly services

Religious Leaders: know more about CSE and youth friendly services

Religious leaders have the welfare of their communities at heart. Comprehensive sexuality education is culturally and age appropriate information that teaches young people about sexuality and sexual and reproductive health issues.

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Traditional Leaders: know more about CSE and youth friendly services

Traditional Leaders: know more about CSE and youth friendly services

Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is culturally and age appropriate information that teaches young people about sexuality and sexual and reproductive health issues.

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Providing young people with sexual reproductive health services: A guide for health service providers

Providing young people with sexual reproductive health services: A guide for health service providers

Some common communication barriers prevent service providers from providing sexual and reproductive health services to young people. This leaflet includes suggestions to help you overcome those barriers and support young people effectively.

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Brochure: Talking to your kids

Brochure: Talking to your kids

Adolescence is marked not only by physical changes, but also important behavioural and emotional ones. Young people need information about the changes in their bodies and about sexuality to help them make informed decisions. Parents and guardians need to start these conversations.

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Brochure: Talking to your parents

Brochure: Talking to your parents

Adolescence is a time of huge physical, behavioural and emotional changes. Comprehensive sexuality education means getting age-appropriate information about these changes and about sexuality, including: values, attitudes and skills; having relationships; culture and society; human rights and human development; sexual behaviour and sexual and reproductive health.

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