This is a report of a workshop for Grassroots Women's Organisation in Africa and was organised in Abidjan from 7-11 September 1998 by UNESCO in co-operation with UNAIDS Regional HIV Development Project.
This regional workshop, "Prevention of HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse through Quality Improvement of Curriculum and Teaching/Learning Materials in Asia and the Pacific was organized from 25-29 August, 1997, by the National Commission of the People's Republic of China for UNESCO in Beijing.
This volume addresses the value of motivating teens to delay childbearing and expand their educational and economic goals. The volume explores critical components of these programmes and identifies successful strategies.
This issue focuses on the questions of "What is sexual abuse?", "How prevalent is sexual abuse among young adults?", "How does sexual abuse affect young adult reproductive health?", and "How can the needs of victims of sexual abuse be met?"
This publication concentrates on adolescent health. It gives information on adolescent related to health, sex and reproduction, sexual and reproductive health, tobacco (the greatest killer drug), death on the road, ultimate tragedy (suicides), and substance use.
The Intercountry Consultation on Development of Strategies for Adolescent Health for South-East Asia Region of WHO was held from 26-29 May 1998 in New Delhi, India.
This paper focuses on adolescent reproductive health in the ESCAP region. It is divided into five sections: Section 1. Introduction; Section 2. Adolescent reproductive health in Asia and the Pacific; Section 3. Current adolescent reproductive health programmes in the region; Section 4.
In Africa, men play key roles in reproductive health - as individuals, family members, community decision-makers, and national leaders. Most reproductive health care, however, focuses on women.
This was the first UNICEF in-house capacity building workshop on the subject of adoption. It was neccesitated by the situation in UNICEF offices in all regions where abusive and illegal practices on adoption of children internationally have been alleged or proven.
Outlines benefits of using peers in reproductive health programmes for youth, Uses case studies as evidence to highlight: Advantages of using peer educators; Criteria for selecting peer educators; Success of peer education both to target group and peer educator themselves; Lessons learned from u