Originally hailing from Tullamore, Ireland, Professor Father Michael Kelly has spent more than 50 years living and working in Zambia, where he is now a citizen.
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This report finds that more of the nearly 1 billion young people in the Asia and Pacific region are having sex before marriage than ever before, yet many lack of information on sexual health.
This toolkit developed by SAfAIDS provides practical information and advice to community members on how to support children and young people to access comprehensive sexuality.
The current outbreak of the Ebola virus disease had a ravaging effect on communities in West Africa. Its impact has affected every part of society, impeding the delivery of health and education.
Forty country review examines extent and impact of abuse based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression and highlights deficiencies in education sector response.
A lot of actors gathered in a high level stakeholder consultative meeting, in Dar-es-Salaam Tanzania, early September 2015 to deliberate on their role towards fast tracking the ending of HIV and AIDS.
UNESCO conducted capacity building of in-service teachers in Maputo and Sofala Provinces at Institute of Teacher Trainers (IFP) of lnhamízua (27 September-3 October) and Chibututuíne (6 -12 September)
Dialogues on Eastern and Sothern Africa Ministerial Commitment held in Namibia Dialogues on CSE and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) for young people were conducted in Zambezi and Kavango regions.
The aim of the conference was to bring together new evidence on what governments can do to keep people healthy throughout the life course and equip policy-makers for promoting a healthy start to life.
For millions of young people who use drugs from Asia and the Pacific, services that could improve their health, encourage recovery and bring about a better quality of life are often denied.
A report soon to be released by UNESCO Bangkok finds that in Asia-Pacific, LGBTI youth are disproportionately at risk of school bullying, discrimination and violence.
Tun, Aod and Bank* have their sights set on careers as a fashion designer, model and marketing professional, respectively.