Washington, D.C.: Program for Appropriate Technology in Health, PATH, 2003. 126 p.
Program for Appropriate Technology in Health
The document is produced in two complementary parts: a Facilitator's Manual and a Participant's Workbook. They should be used jointly. The curriculum has also been adapted for Botswana, Tanzania and Uganda.
This curriculum is designed to help youth in Ghana face the challenges of growing up. The set includes a facilitator's manual and a workbook for participants. The curriculum provides activities that facilitators can use to help young people gain information about themselves and their sexuality (including preventing pregnancy and avoiding sexually transmitted infections and HIV); learn about preparing for the world of work; better understand their feelings about growing up, gender roles, risk taking, sexual behavior, and friendship; and practice making decisions, setting goals, communicating clearly, negotiating for their own health, and not giving into negative peer pressure. The workbook provides many activities, exercises and facts to help young people on their jurney to a healthy life.
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