SRHR Starts at School

As the single most important global social institution to provide comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), schools play a vital role in enabling sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. Education is a catalyst for change, particularly for girls; but if education is to be truly transformative, it has to be of good quality, challenge negative gender norms and stereotypes, empower all people, and provide children and youth access to CSE. This session will highlight relevant experiences with CSE, gender-transformative education and pedagogical methods that support girls’ empowerment. This session is convened by Oxfam IBIS; UNGEI - UNs Girls Education Initiative; Kenya Ministry of Education. 

DATE Thu, 14 November
TIME 11:00 - 12:30 EAT
Location Courtyard 4
Universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights as a part of universal health coverage
Event type Concurrent Sessions

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