Category : Our people

The power of poetry

Poetry has a unique power to transcend across generations. It has the ability to speak to readers intimately, giving them deep insight into a writer’s ideas – what they fear or what they hate or l...

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How can Africa turn 158 million young people into 158 million opportunities?

Three lessons we have learnt after two years of the ESA Commitment In December 2013 ministers of health and education from 20 Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) gathered in Cape Town and en...

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Join us to mark two years of progress at the International AIDS Conference in Durban!

Please join us in a high-level meeting to discuss the progress of the ESA Commitment at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa. ...

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Your voice matters. It is time to be an advocate for change

Written by: Tikhala Itaye, President African Youth and Adolescents Network (AfriYAN), East and Southern Africa Participation of young people is key in achieving the long term vision of ESA...

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New sexuality education books launched to help young people make positive choices about their health and future in Zambia

With the new, nation-wide scale-up of comprehensive sexuality education integrated into primary and secondary schools, Zambia has seen a glaring need for resources to help improve delivery in the clas...

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How one journalist has fought for better health outcomes in South Sudan

Written by: Taban Robert Aggrey Juba, South Sudan People tell me that I should leave my current work to find another job that it is less risky – I understand why they worry. People are arrested,...

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Scaling up sexuality education for young people: Namibia hosts dialogue on ground breaking ESA Commitment

A significant number of young people in Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) lack comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), an age-appropriate, culturally relevant approach to teaching about sex and relat...

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Reaching 3,000 communities in Eastern and Southern African with sexual and reproductive health information

A community plays a significant role in a young person’s life. Whether the community consists of family, a church or school– they are a source of comfort and support; help shape a young person’s...

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Wonderful to have young reporters asking their questions to our high level panelists today at @UNESCO #UNESCO dialogue hosted by South Africa's Dept of Basic #Education on scaling up #comprehensivesexualityeducation #CSE #CSENOW #YouthSRHNow Children's Radio Foundation #SaveTheChildren

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Group photo of some following today's UNESCO High Level Policy Dialogue on #comprehensivesexualityeducation hosted by the Department of Basic Education in South Africa ! #ESACommitment #YouthSRHNow #CSENow #sexualityeducation #knowledgeispower

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‪#UNESCO Regional Director of #EastAfrica Ann Therese Ndong-Jatta & #Sweden Education Minister Gustav #Fridolin on SAFMNews Channel 404 this morning talking about the urgent need for govts to commit to #comprehensivesexualityeducation #CSE #CSENow #YouthSRHNow‬

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