Sexuality Education: Who is Responsible? #IGDUg16 is on!
20 October, 2016 | Blog, Events, Video
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On 29th October, Reach a Hand Uganda, will be holding its third annual Intergenerational dialogue. This year’s theme is: Sexuality Education: Who is Responsible? RAHU will is going to engage government, parents, teachers, religious leaders, civil society and young people as we find out who the right person to deliver sexuality education.

This is a great opportunity for people to understand the various aspects of sexuality education which range from sexual development, sexual and reproductive health, interpersonal relationships, body changes, gender roles and a whole lot more! The hashtag is #IGDug16

Want to know about what Sexuality Education is, watch this video : Being a Young Person by UNESCO

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