This report provides a descriptive bibliography of evaluated Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) interventions targeting learners aged 8-12 and implemented in sub-Saharan Africa and globally.
United States Agency for International Development, USAID
The purpose of this brief is to understand learner perceptions and attitudes towards comprehensive sexuality education, in terms of content and pedagogy, and to determine whether learners are confident to apply learnings in their daily lives.
This Workshop manual was developed to sensitise school governing bodies (SGBs) about the South African School Based Sexuality and HIV Prevention Education Activity as it impacts on school and policy framework in line with role and responsibilities of SGB.
The South Africa School-Based Sexuality and HIV Prevention Education Activity is a PEPFAR-Funded USAID Activity aimed at reducing new HIV infections in learners and educators by assisting the Department of Basic Education (DBE) to implement high quality, evidence-informed sexuality and HIV preven
This rapid assessment presents the key results of the pilot workshop conducted by Society for Family Health (SFH) facilitators with school governing bodies (SGBs) and senior management teams (SMTs) in Mpumalanga in South Africa in terms of changes to participants’ knowledge of and attitudes towar
Activity Handbook geared towards school community members on building a positive school climate and preventing school-related gender-based violence. The Handbook provides an opportunity to directly involve community members in achieving this goal.
Activity Handbook geared towards teacher patrons to work with primary-age students on building a positive school climate and preventing school-related gender-based violence. It supports primary school teams for pupils called the Uganda Kids Unite or ‘UKU’ program.
This guide for the facilitator takes training participants (teachers) through the Journeys Activity Handbook for Teachers and School Staff. Journeys uses an empathetic approach to inspire change towards creating positive and supportive schools that are free from violence in any form.
Corporal punishment in schools in low-income countries is a widespread, under-addressed form of gender-based violence that exacerbates public health and socio-economic inequalities. At the request of the United States Agency
This case study of two government secondary schools presents evidence on the factors that support implementation of the 1997 Government of the Republic of Zambia Re-entry Policy.