The Eastern and Southern African Ministerial Commitment on Sexuality Education and Sexual and Reproductive Health Services for Adolescents and Young People (2013-2020), now known as the ESA Commitment, was endorsed and affirmed by ministers of health and education from 21 countries in the region
In collaboration with national experts, UNESCO IITE created a series of video lessons for grades 6-11, focusing on healthy lifestyles. Designed for both in-person and remote learning, they enhance students' understanding of well-being.
This manual equips teachers with guidance for utilizing video lessons in health education classes (grades 6-11). It offers 48 video lessons, available in Kyrgyz and Russian.
The West and Central Africa (WCA) region has a growing population of adolescents and young people. This population represents an unprecedented opportunity to capitalize on the demographic dividend if they are educated, healthy and thriving.
The simplified CSE module is designed to assist secondary school teachers to help young people in Rwanda to know about their sexual and reproductive health in order to develop positive health behaviour, making good decisions while facing challenges related to their Sexual and Reproductive Health.
This document outlines the results of the study on Translating Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) into Behaviour Change Among Students in Zimbabwe’s Tertiary Colleges.
This brief focuses on teachers’ gender attitudes and perceptions about adolescent sexual and reproductive health (SRH). In particular, the brief focuses on the role of teachers in influencing adolescents’ gender attitudes and behaviors.
To improve the condition of adolescents in Tanzania, several gaps in health and wellbeing programmes need to be addressed immediately or in the near term.
School-based sexuality education in Tanzania often does not meet learners’ needs.
For adolescents living with HIV (ALWH), school may be the most important but understudied social sphere related to HIV stigma.