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FLHE Students' Handbook Family Life and HIV Education for Junior Secondary Schools: Students' Handbook, 2nd Edition
The Family Life and HIV Education for Junior Secondary Schools: Students' Handbook aims to empower young people with the knowledge and skills to live happy and healthy lives. It provides answers to many of the questions young people usually have about the physical and emotional issues they face during adolescence. The handbook covers matters like setting sexual limits, negotiating, making values-based decisions, finding help, and communicating effectively.
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Keeping The Promise: Girls Are Us Keeping The Promise: Girls Are Us
Set in the Iwaya community, an under-resourced neighbourhood in Lagos, Damilola, Polinu and Rebecca share their experiences about growing up in one of the city’s slums. Life is an inescapable nightmare: The heroines offer a rare peep into their world marred by extreme poverty, grief, sexual violence, and exploitation, unintended and early pregnancy. A timely intervention offers a ray of hope...
Keeping The Promise: Make Every Girl Count Keeping The Promise: Make Every Girl Count
Why are so many young girls of school age on the streets trading and not in the classrooms where they belong? A lively radio discussion tackles various angles to this problem. The city is listening; some turn off, while others turn up the sound on their radio sets, oblivious of the unfolding tragedy in nearby Iwaya. A life lived on the blink leading to a preventable disaster. But in the ebb and flow, the pressures of the city, who really cares?
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