Comprehensive Sexuality Education

June 23, 2020 1:10 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Young people in India bear a significant burden of poor sexual and reproductive health outcomes, including unmet need for family planning, early marriage and childbearing, maternal death, gender-based violence and sexually transmitted diseases including HIV. MAMTA promotes comprehensive sexuality education through negotiation with community and focused involvement of men and boys. By engraining the adolescents through information and training to help foster equitable and healthier behaviours. MAMTA has been a key promoter for mainstreaming comprehensive education across policy frameworks by implementing programmes focused on creating positive attitudes among young people about sexuality and gender issues by clearing the cobwebs of myths and confusions.

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