Welcome to this online training!
The purpose of the online course is to provide you with an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed to train adults and youth about meaningful youth participation (MYP). MYP is an intentional partnership to ensure that young people are involved in all parts of a campaign or programming from agenda setting and decision-making to implementation and evaluation.
This training is based on the work of several entities: CHOICE, GUSO, Dance4Life and the SRH Rights Alliance. Materials developed by these organisations underpin the modules. The resource section provides further tools and materials to assist in your training going forward. They contain exciting exercises, ideas and information.
There are 3 modules in this online course. They are:
Module 1: Overview of MYP
Module 2: How to deliver a training on MYP with young people and adults
Module 3: Supporting the MYP in SRHR
Each module is stand-alone so you can choose the module(s) you are most interested in. You can also decide to work systematically through the 3 modules. The modules consist of different training methods – video, quizzes, written information, case studies etc and are designed to be interactive. You can start a module and return to it at any given time.
The purpose of this lesson is for participants to gain a foundational understanding of the terms and concepts related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression (SOGIE); normative adolescent development; and the “coming out” process for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth. Other lessons in this curriculum will expand on these concepts, but this lesson is intended as a primer of SOGIE terminology and concepts. It is aimed at creating a basic and uniform level of competency in these areas for all participants.
REDUCING STIGMA RELATED TO GENDER, CULTURE and HIV and AIDS
This online course introduces the concept of STIGMA, and how it is related to GENDER, CULTURE and HIV.
It is based on the AFSA Facilitator and Community Mentor guides. If you are a trainer and you will be facilitating courses on STIGMA it is recommended that you download the guides and build your training around the content provided to facilitators.
Welcome to this online training! The purpose of the online course is to equip you with the knowledge and skills on how to use the SADC SRHR STRATEGY to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights.
The SADC SRHR Strategy was developed through a consultative process with civil society and provides activists, advocates and NGO’s in the region with a framework in which to push for sexual and reproductive health and rights.
This online training is designed to give an overview of the key elements of the strategy and provide tools for advocates to work at a local and national level to ensure that countries implement the strategy.
It consists of three modules. Each module is stand-alone so you can choose the module(s) you are most interested in. You can also decide to work systematically through the 3 modules.The modules consist of different training methods – video, quizzes, written information, etc and are designed to be interactive. You can start a module and return to it at any given time.
This training also provides links to other SRHR resources
Welcome to this online course developed by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF).
The following modules were created to increase peer-educators’ knowledge of abortion-related issues and their confidence and ability to deliver information and education sessions on this subject.
This online course consists of five separate modules, all around 15 minutes each. We recommend you go through the modules in order, but you do not need to do the full course in one sitting.
The development of this online course was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, through the Get Up Speak Out programme, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, through the Abortion Stigma Project.
If you would like to get in contact with IPPF, please email firstname.lastname@example.org