In response to evidence of increasing political will, as well as emergence of promising practices in addressing the issue, the Global Working Group to end school-related gender-based violence hosted the 2023 learning Symposium in the Asia-Pacific region.
The ECOWAS Conference on Homegrown School Feeding, titled "Investing in Homegrown School Feeding to Strengthen Human Capital, Women's Economic Empowerment, and Contribute to Economic Development," served as a pivotal gathering of over 70 technical experts and government officials.
Everyone – including children and young people – has the right to education. This includes a safe and inclusive school environment.
The HIV Prevention Choice Manifesto is a collection of voices of African women and girls in all their diversity, feminists and HIV prevention advocates across Southern and Eastern Africa who are united in calling for continued political and financial support for HIV prevention choice.
This is a discussion paper prepared as background for the Stocktake Moment of the UN Food System Summit in July 2023. It was commissioned by the Sustainable Financing Initiative for School Health and Nutrition.
This brief argues that despite knowing the huge scale and wide-reaching impacts of SRGBV, as well as many examples of what works to end it, not enough is being done politically to end violence in schools, and to recognise and address the gendered drivers and dimensions of violence.
The purpose of this compendium is to recall the main international standards on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and to make a specific call to States to ensure the right to CSE without discrimination.
The 23rd annual Global Child Nutrition Forum brought together over 240 school meal program leaders from around the world for discussion, exchange, and peer-to-peer support.
Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is a curriculum-based process of teaching and learning about the cognitive, emotional, physical and social aspects of sexuality.
This report describes the HIV epidemic among young people from key populations in the region, takes stock of HIV programmes for such people, and pinpoints the priority actions that will speed up progress towards ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat in the region.