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The UNESCO inspired declaration of Maasai traditional leaders and healers to support girls education and end early marriages and FGM.

[:en]On 29th October, Reach a Hand Uganda, will be holding its third annual Intergenerational dialogue. This year’s theme is: Sexuality Education: Who is Responsible? RAHU will is going to engage government, parents, teachers, religious leaders, civil society and young people as we find out who the right person to deliver sexuality education.

This is a great opportunity for people to understand the various aspects of sexuality education which range from sexual development, sexual and reproductive health, interpersonal relationships, body changes, gender roles and a whole lot more! The hashtag is #IGDug16

Want to know about what Sexuality Education is, watch this video : Being a Young Person by UNESCO

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[:en]In support of the International Day of the Girl Child – October 11,2016-  see what a senior chief in Malawi is doing to protect the health and wellbeing of girls.  She is doing what truly counts for girls in her chiefdom by annulling child marriages and supporting girls to remain in school. Study after study has taught us that there is no tool for development more effective than the education of girls. No other policy is as likely to raise economic productivity, lower infant and maternal mortality, or improve nutrition and promote health – including the prevention of HIV.[:]

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As part of efforts to ensure all young people have access to comprehensive, life-skills based sexuality education, UNESCO screened a new video at the 18-July Eastern and Southern Africa Commitment Progress Review Meeting, on the side-lines of this year’s International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa. The video, ‘Being a Young Person’, looks at the challenges young people face as they navigate the journey to adulthood, and outlines how comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), can make this journey easier, more certain and healthier.

[:pt]An initiative that brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies.[:fr]An initiative that brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies.[:]

[:en]In December 2013, ministers of health and education from 20 Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) gathered in Cape Town and endorsed a commitment to work jointly to improve young people’s access to sexuality education and sexual and reproductive health

services. This came to be known as the ESA Commitment.

By the end of 2015, significant progress has been made towards the ESA Commitment targets across a number of countries in the region, thanks to concerted action by governments, civil society, and development partners at national and regional level.

Today, a report has been launched, presenting the progress made after two years of implementation (2013-2015), and proves that with targeted interventions, sound strategies, adequate

resources, and political will, the ESA Commitment targets are attainable.

Read the full report: Fulfilling our promise to young people today (2013-2015) Progress Review

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The data presented was obtained and validated through a multi-sectoral country reporting process as stipulated by the respective coordination mechanisms of the ESA Commitment.

[:pt]An initiative that brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to viagra france livraison rapide strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies.[:fr]An initiative that brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies.[:]

An initiative that brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies.

Why do young people in Eastern and Southern Africa need sexuality education and sexual health services? Find out what issues young people are facing in terms of HIV, unintended pregnancy and education, and what changes need to be made to ensure a healthy future for all.

Why do young people in Eastern and Southern Africa need sexuality education and sexual health services? Find out what issues young people are facing in terms of HIV, unintended pregnancy and education, and what changes need to be made to ensure a healthy future for all.

Mr Yussuf Ayami, ZINGO, talks about how religious groups can engage in discussions around young people, sex and sexuality.

[:en]Kedibone Segonote – from loveLife, South Africa’s largest youth leadership, life skills and sexuality awareness program, talks about giving young people the opportunities and language to lead projects.[:pt]Kedibone Segonote – from loveLife, South Africa’s largest youth leadership, lifeskills and sexuality awareness programme, talks about giving young people the opportunities and language to lead projects.[:fr]Kedibone Segonote – from loveLife, South Africa’s largest youth leadership, lifeskills and sexuality awareness programme, talks about giving young people the opportunities and language to lead projects.[:]