Sexual and reproductive ill-health is a major contribution to the burden of disease among young people. The objective of CSE is to ensure that young people can build their knowledge, skills, attitudes and values to responsibly enjoy their sexuality – physically and emotionally, individually and in relationships. It empowers young people to protect their health, well-being and dignity, as well as to know and exercise their rights. There is clear evidence that CSE has a positive impact on sexual and reproductive health (SRH).
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Following up on the CSE workshop (28.9.2017), that gave a good overview on CSE, the MMS members expressed their desire to get a deeper understanding of how to implement CSE projects and have more time for discussion. Therefore, this follow-up workshop has a focus on the implementation process (challenges, best practices):
- Presentation of two case studies on implementation of CSE
- Discussion and exchange with Dr. Chandra-Mouli
- Informal networking/ Apéro
Time: 1pm – 4:45pm (incl. Apéro)
Workhop fee: free for MMS members and students/ CHF 50.- for non-members
Please register by emailing to Mira Gardi (MMS): firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is also open to persons who haven’t been present at the first workshop.
Moderators: Dr Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli (WHO) and Andréa Rajman (MMS)
We have the pleasure to learn from, and to discuss with Dr. Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli on our own questions and challenges we face in our programs.
Dr Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli works on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) in the World Health Organization’s Department of Reproductive Health and Research. With over 25 years of experience, he focuses on building the evidence base on ASRH, and supporting countries to translate this evidence into action through well-conceived and well-managed policies and programmes.