El presente documento recoge la memoria de los cuatro webinarios Reconoce: oportunidades curriculares de educación integral de la sexualidad (EIS) organizados por la Oficina de la UNESCO en Quito y Representación para Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador y Venezuela junto con UNFPA Ecuador, en coordinación
We conducted a pilot study to assess the acceptability and feasibility of a multi-component intervention intended to support menstruating girls; improve menstrual care knowledge, practices, and comfort; and increase school attendance.
This report synthesises findings from the World Food Programme (WFP) Evaluation Series on School Feeding in Emergencies (SFE) in four countries: Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC, focus on North Kivu region), Lebanon, Niger (focus on Diffa region) and Syria.
¿Un refrigerio hace la diferencia en el proceso educativo? Este artículo presenta los impactos del Programa de Alimentación Escolar (PAE) de Colombia sobre indicadores educativos en el país.
The Hand Hygiene for All Initiative (HH4A) presents this guidance document addressed to key officials from all essential sectors of national governments such as ministries of education, health, finance, water and sanitation, etc., municipalities or governorates, civil society actors, directors an
Teachers play a fundamental role in the promotion and successful implementation of school health services.
School corporal punishment (SCP) is still widely used in many countries. Although primary studies have pointed toward detrimental effects of SCP, a quantitative review of these studies was not yet available.
As of fall 2019, over 11 million undergraduate and 3 million graduate students were enrolled in four-year or graduate universities.
Since around 2014, lawmakers at the federal, state, and municipal levels in Brazil have introduced over 200 legislative proposals prohibiting gender and sexuality education in schools under the guise of protecting children and adolescents from “gender ideology” and “indoctrination".
Background: Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) plays a critical role in promoting youth and adolescent’s sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing. However, little is known about the enablers and barriers afecting the integration of CSE into educational programmes.