Year in Review: 2014 Progress

Year in Review: 2014 Progress

This report is a summary of progress since this landmark ESA Ministerial Commitment was made. It presents the priorities and progress made during the past 12 months at both national and regional levels with specific focus on the targets and accountability framework.

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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

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