To equip parents with an appropriate sexual education programme and training materials that will enable the process of “educating” their pupils with disabilities to understand and manage their sexuality and express it in an appropriate way.
To enable parents to guide their pupils with disabilities to experience full human capabilities.
To prevent potential risks of sexual assault, inappropriate exploitation, sexually transmissible infections/diseases and unplanned pregnancy at a much higher rate than the rest of the population.
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