This formative study was undertaken between June 2020 and April 2021 to provide evidence to inform the design and delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in Malawi for young people living with HIV (YPLHIV) and young people with disabilities (YPWD).
Bullying is not a lottery, and it does not occur in a vacuum. More protective factors and fewer risk factors increases the possibilities for a safe and inclusive environment without bullying.
This joint publication by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Food Programme (WFP) presents the state of school feeding programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) as of 2022.
The United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative’s (UNGEI) Gender at the Centre Initiative (GCI) is an international collaboration between civil society and international organizations, aimed at promoting gender equality in education across eight pilot countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
Cineáltas: Action Plan on Bullying is Ireland’s whole education approach to preventing and addressing bullying in schools.
This is a discussion paper prepared as background for the Stocktake Moment of the UN Food System Summit in July 2023. It was commissioned by the Sustainable Financing Initiative for School Health and Nutrition.
This brief argues that despite knowing the huge scale and wide-reaching impacts of SRGBV, as well as many examples of what works to end it, not enough is being done politically to end violence in schools, and to recognise and address the gendered drivers and dimensions of violence.
The Peer Educator Reference Guide has been designed to support youth peer educators who are reaching out to young people in their communities to increase their knowledge about healthy living, HIV, and sexual and reproductive health and rights and help them access the services they need.
Food security is both a necessary condition and a potential outcome of quality education.
Among Zambia’s key health and development challenges, are high rates of EUP, and disproportionately higher HIV rates among AGYW. Pregnancy among girls in school poses a challenge. CSE programmes are part of available armamentarium to improve knowledge on the risks.