The Eastern and Southern African Ministerial Commitment on Sexuality Education and Sexual and Reproductive Health Services for Adolescents and Young People (2013-2020), now known as the ESA Commitment, was endorsed and affirmed by ministers of health and education from 21 countries in the region
This formative study was undertaken between June 2020 and April 2021 to provide evidence to inform the design and delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in Malawi for young people living with HIV (YPLHIV) and young people with disabilities (YPWD).
Designed for grades 6-11, this manual empowers teachers with specialized video materials for health education. Supported by UNESCO IITE, the engaging videos cover vital topics like adolescence, gender, substance prevention, decision-making, relationships, and more.
Aligned with the Kyrgyz Republic's curriculum, this guide structures health education for students in grades 6-11. Covering HIV prevention, substance use, well-being, and responsible health behavior, it equips educators with techniques and lesson plans.
This brochure is designed to support parents, guardians, and educators who care about the well-being of children and adolescents. It offers guidance on addressing the sensitive topics of sex education and reproductive health.
Supported by UNESCO IITE, the videos offer engaging content on adolescence, gender, substance abuse prevention, decision-making, relationships, and more.
This companion guide to "Modules for peer education volunteers", aimed at grades 7-11, enhances health education with specialized videos, aiding teachers in addressing sensitive topics effectively.
This manual, endorsed by the Ministry of Education of Belarus, equips peer education volunteers with comprehensive modules and lesson plans.
These engaging videos offer an accessible approach to discussing crucial topics with students (grades 6-11).
The manual equips educators with guidance to effectively employ educational videos for teaching healthy lifestyles and responsible behavior to secondary school students (grades 6-11) in Armenia.