This paper documents the evolving nature and status of Sexuality Education (SE) in India.
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) youth (aged 10-24), consisting of 31% of the country’s population, presents a powerful opportunity for accelerated economic growth and innovation.
This report provides an overview on the state of implementation of the comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
Boys on the Move, a Life Skills Programme for Unaccompanied Adolescents Boys and Young Men works to provide potentially life-saving information and build competencies in boys and young men experiencing changing and challenging circumstances.
Safeguard Young People (SYP), UNFPA ESARO’s flagship youth programme, has been implemented by UNFPA and its national and regional partners in eight Southern African countries since November 2013.
The report presents findings of a needs assessment for comprehensive sexuality education curriculum development and implementation in select countries across Eastern and Southern Africa and West and Central Africa.
This report presents the findings of a situation analysis on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in Malawi, which is offered through Life Skills Education (LSE) in primary schools and teacher training colleges (TTCs) in the country.
This formative assessment on the needs of adolescents and youth at risk presents the experiences of adolescents and young people including those from key populations and the perspectives of experts working with young people in the four domains: education, parental and peer support, communication
This review examines the opportunity for digital sexuality education in East Asia and the Pacific by considering in-person sexuality education in the region, the digital ecosystem and young people’s behaviour in these spaces, existing digital sexuality education platforms and the impact of these
Uganda is among the countries with the highest rates of new HIV infections in Sub-Saharan Africa where young people aged 15-24 accounts for 60% of the 83,000 new infections.