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IIEP-ROSA hosting online training on education sector response to HIV and AIDS

28 April, 2017   |   Uncategorized

UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa in collaboration with the UNESCO In...

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Through the eyes of young people: Meet our guest bloggers!

3 December, 2015   |   Uncategorized

We're excited to host young guest bloggers to the Young People Today site! What better time to launch these guest bloggers than during the largest AIDS conference in Africa? You will follow their experiences through their eyes as young people - thei...

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5 recommendations to address young women and girls’ vulnerability to AIDS

Today on December 1st, we mark World Aids Day. Every year this day is aimed at raising awareness around HIV and AIDS. Young people age 10-24 are especially vulnerable to the HIV epidemic – with 430,000 new infections happening every year...

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Sensitization and Capacity Building on Comprehensive Sexuality Education for Parents and Religious Leaders

23 November, 2015   |   Uncategorized

HIV and AIDS knowledge among young people in Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) remains low – below 40%. In order to target these issues effectively, UNESCO, INERELA+ and Save the Children came together for a participatory capacity building workshop...

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World Poetry Day Contest Winner Announced!

21 March, 2015   |   Uncategorized

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in our World Poetry Day contest. Every submission was so beautiful and thoughtful - it is amazing to see such talent! It was a very tough decision but it is with great excitement that we announce this...

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SCALE-UP SEXUALITY EDUCATION

2 November, 2013   |   Uncategorized

As part of the commitment, countries will scale up sexuality education for young people. This means public schools and other institutions must cover topics such as sexuality, gender equality, HIV/STI prevention, relationships and sexual reproductive ...

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ENHANCE YOUTH-FRIENDLY HEALTH SERVICES

2 October, 2013   |   Uncategorized

Sexuality education needs to be backed by accessible, affordable and effective health services and commodities for young people including condoms, contraception, HCT, HIV/STI treatment, family planning, post abortion care, safe delivery, prevention o...

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