The MoEAC, with the technical support from WFP, developed a school feeding policy for Namibia which was finalized in 2018. The school feeding policy implementation plan will guide the execution of the policy.
Teachers can feel uncomfortable teaching sexuality education when the content conflicts with their cultural values and beliefs.
This publication is the follow up of the first and second collection of WASH in Schools best practices by SuSanA partners. This third volume focuses on the topic of monitoring and evaluation (M&E).
The Global Survey of School Meal Programs aims to strengthen the work of the global school meal network by developing a comprehensive description of all the core aspects of large-scale school meal programs around the world.
This report presents findings from a research activity investigating the cultural and contextual relevance of Connect with Respect, a teaching intervention devised to advance teaching for the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV).
The Fit for School (F4S) approach uses the school setting to support the institutionalization of health-promoting behaviour of children. This includes washing hands with soap, brushing teeth with fluoride toothpaste, daily cleaning of sanitary facilities, etc.
Dans quelle situation est-il pertinent d’opter pour un dispositif d’éducation par les pairs? Comment mobiliser les enseignants sur les questions de santé sexuelle et reproductive? Comment utiliser les TIC pour mieux cibler les jeunes?
The research in hand is the first effort of its kind in Pakistan that assesses the needs and gaps vis-à-vis the sexual and reproductive health and rights of the citizens, especially the overwhelming population of the country's young people.
This Minimum guidelines for WASH in ECD learning centres aims to ensure cost-effective, appropriate and safe WASH services, including facilities, for children aged 3-6 years in the three levels of ECD learning centres in Rwanda - Model ECD Centres, cost-effective ECD Centres and Home-based ECD Ce
With a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevalence of 2.1% among 15–24 year olds, opportunities for further integration of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV prevention services for young people in Uganda exist.