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Education In Schools

Educating a sexually responsible generation

The pressures faced by the youth of the information generation are immense. In the area of human reproduction, the depth of knowledge can be as large as the depth of ignorance. Often it is only intuitively that many understand the true link between sexuality and fertility.

The usual programme format is attendance at either a single or double lesson, depending on the size of the programme requested. Contraception is often requested by educators because it is the most widely known form of family planning. Fertility Awareness is the basis for introducing the different types of NFP, and particularly with regard to the care of a young woman’s fertility.

Who Will Benefit?

  • High Schools & Colleges (Year 8 to Year 12)
    • Physical sciences
    • Health care
    • Religious education
    • Early Childhood studies

Recommended Topics

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Sexual responsibilities
  • Responsible & Respectful friendships
  • Fertility Awareness
  • Care of Fertility
  • Contraception
    • barrier
    • hormonal
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  • parasitic
  • fungal
  • bacterial
  • viral

Additional Topics

  • Pre-marital Chastity
  • Marital Chastity
  • “Self” and “Other” awareness
  • Peer Pressure
  • Puberty
  • Teenage Sexuality
  • Contraception
    • surgical
  • Abortion
  • Infertility