The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) has established an evidence-based approach schools can implement to help prevent HIV, STDs, and unintended pregnancy among adolescents.
Getting tested for HIV is an important step toward prevention; however, testing rates among high school students are low. Schools are important partners in supporting HIV testing among adolescents.
Frontline AIDS is committed to increasing the coverage, scope and quality of HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SHRH) programmes for those who need it most, including adolescents and young people, particularly those
This document, “Multi-sectoral guidelines to facilitate adolescents’ access to services related to HIV and sexual reproductive health” is a welcomed development that establishes the fact that tackling HIV in any age group especially in adolescents and young people is a multi-sectoral agenda.
This guide has been written for teachers who are new to teaching RSE, or new to teaching the compulsory RSE guidance, published in 2019, which applies to both primary and secondary schools in England.
Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is exciting, fun, but also challenging. To support educators and implementers in formal and non-formal settings to deliver effective CSE, Plan International has developed a series of standards.
This CSE Topics overview accompanies our overall programme standards - Putting the C in CSE. It describes Plan International’s vision of sexuality, learning and the healthy development of children, adolescents and young people.
To support Plan International and partner staff, educators and implementers in formal and non-formal settings to deliver effective and quality CSE, we have developed a series of 14 CSE programme standards.
This Guidance complements and refers to the International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education published in 2018.
This publication offers in-depth programmatic guidance on how to develop CSE programmes that are appropriate and safe for different groups of children and young people, especially those who are unlikely to be addressed in CSE programmes for children and young people generally.