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Sexual Reproductive Health
This program is designed to provide young people and adolescents with their information needs on different concepts and issues of reproductive health in a documented manner that supports their life orientations and promotes positive health behaviors.
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Course Objective

This program aims to empower people with disabilities with correct and scientifically documented information on the concept and issues of reproductive health and to promote positive behaviors that support and enhance their health and well-being.

 

Learning Outcomes

Through the Journey series of the training program, young people and adolescents with disabilities will be able to:

  • Recognize the concept of reproductive health and its relationship to the individual, family and society.
  • Identify the most important components and messages related to reproductive health in the different age stages.
  • Addressing the skill behaviors of adolescents to deal with different variables during that stage.
  • Recognize the concepts of gender and gender-based violence and its different forms.
  • Identify harmful practices to reproductive health and the importance of avoiding them, such as female circumcision and early marriage.

 

Outline

  • reproductive health and its relationship to the individual, family and society.
  • Most important components and messages related to reproductive health in the different age stages.
  • The skill behaviors of adolescents to deal with different variables during that stage.
  • Concepts of gender and gender-based violence and its different forms.
  • Harmful practices to reproductive health and the importance of avoiding them, such as female circumcision and early marriage.
  • Duration

    Approx. 180 minutes to complete

  • Benefits

    Certification available
    This course is available as part of the SEED scholarship program click here to register now