2016 Calendar: A parent’s guide to comprehensive sexuality education

2016 Calendar: A parent’s guide to comprehensive sexuality education

From television and radio programmes, the internet, movies and friends, young people, including your child, are being exposed to untrusted information everywhere – and it’s often inaccurate. Your child needs the right information about their sexuality so they can make informed and safe decisions about their life and future.

This calendar is part of an initiative to ensure that your child, among other young people in Eastern and Southern Africa are receiving accurate information about their sexual and reproductive health. Developed for parents and guardians across the region, this tool is a practical guide to help talk to your children about comprehensive sexuality education. Talking to your child about sexuality may not always be easy, but this calendar will help you get the conversations started, providing some ideas and activities you can do throughout the year.

2016 Calendar


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


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