This guide offers a selected resources list about sex and sexual health for young people, parents, teachers, educators and other youth-serving professionals. The resources are divided into five sections according to type of media: video, audio, computer-based, print and web-based.
This teachers' guide is part of the official Family Life and HIV Education (FLHE) curriculum in Nigeria. It includes sexual health topics from a scientific perspective.
The purpose of this document is to portray an accurate picture of the challenges faced by pre-pubescent young people in Kenya as they enter into adulthood and to reveal the misconceptions and myths about growing up, as well as the negative impact of these myths on the educational needs of margina
This report consists of a presentation of health and family life education (HFLE) policies and programmes in Carribean.
This "Primary Health and Family Life Education Curriculum" was approved and edited by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in 2006.
This six booklets on Health and family life education (HFLE) are intended to teachers of primary schools. The purpose of these guides is to provide teachers with materials and resources to implement HFLE.
This sexuality education reference guide aims to systematically and coherently bring together information on sexuality education policies and programmes across Europe. The guide is divided into three broad sections.
Sex/HIV education curricula have disparate effects for females and males. Review of 59 rigorous sex ed evaluations from the U.S. and developing countries. After omitting single sex programs, programs with no effect, and programs that changed only knowledge, 38 remained (25 U.S.
Texto de la ley que crea el Programa Nacional de Educación Sexual Integral en Argentina (Ley No. 26.150). Se garantiza el derecho de todos los educandos a recibir educación sexual que abarca aspectos biológicos, psicológicos, sociales, afectivos y éticos.
Purpose: To assess the feasibility and effectiveness of sex education conducted through the Internet. Conclusions: Providing sex education to students in Shanghai through the Internet was found feasible and effective.