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The parents as the prime sexual educator do not offer sufficient sexual education to their children as a stage of the youth development.

Parents or guardians are the first and primary sexual health educators of children. What parents say and do can have a powerful influence on the development of healthy sexuality in children.

Major part of youth with disabilities face a lack of the opportunity to learn about sex and protective behaviours in an appropriate manner. This leads to lack of preparation and knowledge for having human-to-human relationships, including sex and might find it difficult to express their sexuality in a satisfying way.

Target groups

Direct users:Beneficiaries:
  • Adult training providers: coordinators, developers, trainers
  • Parents of people with disabilities
  • Social workers
  • Children and youth with disabilities
  • NGOs that represent
  • Psychologists
  • Pediatricians

Start date: 03 December 2018
Duration: 24 months

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