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Menstrual Hygiene for Girls – A Cups Pilot and Trial from Western Kenya and New Measurement Approaches: Upcoming FRESH webinar

What are the results of a pilot feasibility study and follow-up trial from Kisumu, Western Kenya, testing the value of providing menstrual cups to school girls? What effect do menstrual-specific versus broader interventions have on adolescent girls’ sexual and reproductive health; school enrolment, retention, and attainment; and at what cost? What new tools are under development to assess the outcomes of menstrual health programming on girls' related self-efficacy, stress, and school participation?

Quantitative methods in monitoring and evaluating the delivery of comprehensive HIV and sexuality education (in French)

Promoting better health and well-being for all children and young people and supporting the contribution of national education sectors to ending AIDS are among the important UNESCO commitments towards achievement of the 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

WEBINAR : International technical guidance on sexuality education

The webinar will orient participants to the revised UN International technical guidance on sexuality education, highlighting the resource’s new and expanded content, informed by an updated review of evidence and accompanying review of teaching materials on sexuality education.

The relevance to school health of Volume 8 "Child and Adolescent Development" of the third edition of Disease Control Priorities. Upcoming FRESH webinar

The latest edition of the Disease Control Priorities (DCP 3) includes for the first time a volume on child and adolescent health and development. This proposes two essential packages, one specifically for school-age children. This webinar will explore the why, what and how of this proposition.

Oral health promotion in school settings – best practice examples, research results and challenges. Upcoming FRESH webinar

Oral diseases are among the most common diseases worldwide, particularly for school-age children and adolescents.

Open Meeting on the FRESH Working Group on Health Literacy, Life Skills and Social Inclusion

The FRESH Partnership is comprised of a extensive number of UN agencies, donor organizations and global non-governmental/ civil society organizations concerned with promoting basic education, health, safety, equity and various types of economic, social, sustainable and human development through, with and within schools, agencies and systems.

Promoting Mental Health by Improving School Climate: The Bihar (India) Trial: webinar

Sangath is India's 4th leading Public Health Research Institute. The non-profit organization has delivered several successful school-based and school-linked research projects and programs as part of its SEHER program in India, a low and middle income mega-country with wide variations in incomes and other resources.

HIV and SRHR Linkages Infographic Snapshots

The World Health Organization has produced a series of infographic snapshots which provide an overview of national level data for more than 150 indicators covering the full scope of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights linkages.

Quantitative Methods in Monitoring and Evaluating the Delivery of Comprehensive HIV and Sexuality Education (In English)

Promoting better health and well-being for all children and young people and supporting the contribution of national education sectors to ending AIDS are among the important UNESCO commitments towards achievement of the 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

How did Anna get her Banana? – Food and Nutrition in Schools (FANS). Upcoming FRESH webinar

How do you ensure different sources of food and nutrition in schools? Join us to learn about various school-based nutrition interventions, with examples from Save the Children’s experience in Latin America on school store regulations and decreasing junk food sales in schools.

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