Many governments refuse to provide comprehensive sexuality education to young people, leaving a void of information about sexual and reproductive health and rights. Local organizations like TICAH are working to fill that void.
Efforts to capture data and lessons learned from our program are complicated by the fact that conducting this kind of evaluation is difficult, and the girls are influenced by a variety of stakeholders, including their parents, peers, communities, and the mass media.
For those of us in the field of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), there are universal challenges. Not least of these challenges is collecting data to determine the effectiveness of our programs through an evaluation.
Can Sexuality Education Achieve Outcomes Beyond Improved Health? Evidence, Ideas, and a Research Role for NGOs
What more can comprehensive sexuality education accomplish beyond preventing pregnancy and STIs? Researcher Debbie Rogow explains.
Existen materiales para docentes y hay experiencias exitosas, pero el financiamiento y la preparación idónea de la mayoría de las y los docentes, continúan siendo barreras importantes.
Teachers are better trained and curricula are stronger, but limited financial support and access remain significant barriers.
A discussion about what research on sexuality education tells us about the components of truly comprehensive and effective programs.