India can also stand to reap such benefits from wide-spread implementation of the similar program, especially with data to suggest a strong willingness and receptiveness of adolescents, particularly females to being properly educated in this area.
This, in a way, suggests that the curriculum and the method of teaching should be context- specific and culturally sensitive. Sathyanarayana Rao. This can be achieved through education about sex and drugs and teaching the use of ethical and moral principles to govern their actions, in order to discourage ambiguity and the development of careless, unhealthy, and potentially dangerous attitudes.
Dunn ME, Abulu J. Haslegrave M, Olatunbosun O. Sex education in the school and college curricula: Need of the hour.
These figures indicate the importance of specifically addressing the healthcare needs of this considerable demographic, particularly for the developing countries such as India. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
General practitioner attitudes to discussing sexual health issues with older people.
Such high-risk sexual vulnerability can be attempted to be avoided if schools hold on to the National AIDS Prevention and Control Policy through awareness and education. Oh an I'm very blunt! Family Planning Association of India. A relevant article especially I liked the data being highlighted in the article.
Load Previous. She specifically chose to work with college students because of how restricting abstinence-only education can be. The moment we accept sex for what it is, many of the taboos will automatically go away.
The whole training in total is 22 hours. Proponents argue that these conservative views are outdated in a fast modernizing society such as India, with an ever-growing adolescent population adopting rapidly evolving attitudes toward sex. Incorporating sexual and reproductive health care in the medical curriculum in developing countries.
Provision of FLE might result in multiple benefits to the adolescent boys and girls including delayed initiation of sexual activity, a reduction in unplanned and early pregnancies and their associated complications, fewer unwanted children, reduced risks of sexual abuse, greater completion of education and later marriages, reduced recourse to abortion and the consequences of unsafe abortion, and a curb of the spread of sexually transmitted diseases including HIV.