Basic Sexuality Training, Darah Learning Center, Mon State
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Women and girls gain autonomy and confidence thanks to this space. The goal here is to create a space full of reciprocal trust. We share our experiences and feelings about challenges that we faced on daily bases. (for women and girls only)
This training talks about different types of harassment that take place in the public space.
This training emphasises on different types of harassment that take place in the working environment specifically. This is mainly designed for business groups and staff.
Awareness training on prevention of sexual harassment, exploitation and assault (2 days) This training talks about different types of harassment that take place in the public space.
Two training took place in Kayah and Kachin states. Participants received basic sexuality training and get peer educator training that allow them to teach youth and adults about sexuality. After the training, they are independent, and they manage and organise trainings on their own, depending on their community’s needs.
We teach adolescents, teachers, parents and care givers about adolescents’ sexuality. We alternate between specific group discussions among these beneficiaries and open discussions where everyone gets together.
How to start a discussion with your kids? What are the red flags when it comes to children’s sexual behaviours? These are the issues we address with parents, teachers, care givers, counsellors and try to identify how to educate children about sexuality.
During this introduction, we talk about the scope of sexuality. We mainly focus on the questions that participants want to ask. It really depends on participants’ preference. We take the most holistic approach we can, which is mandatory to be as inclusive as possible.
The training is mainly based on the curriculum which is adapted to the Burmese context by referencing UN, WHO guidelines and other online resources. The themes we discuss here are sexual reproductive health, rights, consent, sexual anatomy, relationships, family planning and many more.
Adolescents Sexual & reproductive health & rights class, Yangon.
Emergence of gender equality in every system starting from home to national levels.
to educate everyone regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation
to transmit strong humanist values
to enable everybody to access the same level of rights and knowledge in sexuality.
to create trust and privacy among participants