Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Teacher Training in Eastern and Southern Africa

Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Teacher Training in Eastern and Southern Africa

Since 2010, the UN Interagency Task Team for young people in the Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) region has supported Ministries of Education (MOEs) in the ESA region to strengthen the sexuality education (SE) component of current life skills-based HIV education programmes. This collaboration has been instrumental in moving the comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) agenda forward.

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Comprehensive Sexuality Education #CSE linked Education and health outcomes need investment in teachers and curriculum integration for effective implementation #NotWithoutCSE #NotWithoutYFS #YouthSRHNOW #AfriyanGA2017 ... See MoreSee Less

#CSE Comprehensive Sexuality Educatuion must be linked to friendly #SRH services. A strong focus on rights and gender = better results #NotWithoutCSE #NotWithoutYFS #YouthSRHNOW ... See MoreSee Less

#Research shows that #CSE Comprehensive Sexuality Education does not lead to early sexual initiation. It delays initiation, reduces sexual partners and SRH risk #NotWithoutCSE #YouthSRHNOW ... See MoreSee Less