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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This week, from 12 to 15 September 2017 delegates will be hosted for a regional workshop on measuring the delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA). The workshop will take place in the resort town of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

Attending the four day workshop will be education policy-makers, Education Management Information System (EMIS) officers, UNESCO National Programme Officers, Sexuality, Health and HIV focal persons from 17 countries in the ESA region.
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