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Sexuality education in Uganda: Teachers’ reasoning in a 'morally upright' context
Gezien de hiv-epidemie en het hoge aantal tienerzwangerschappen is seksuele voorlichting in Oeganda erg belangrijk, maar docenten vinden het vaak lastig om seksuele voorlichting te geven, vooralExpand
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Exploring linkages between research, policy and practice in the Netherlands: perspectives on sexual and reproductive health and rights knowledge flows
Background The attention to and demand for stronger linkages between research, policy and practice are increasing, especially in fields concerned with sensitive and challenging issues such as sexualExpand
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School-Based Sexuality Education in Tanzania : A Reflection on the Benefits of a Peer-Led Edutainment Approach
School-based sexuality education in Tanzania often does not meet learners’ needs. This paper reflects on the findings of a study that compared two secondary school-based sexuality educationExpand
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Ambivalent cultural schemas: why teachers feel uncomfortable teaching comprehensive school-based sexuality education in Uganda
Societal changes in Uganda have created an adolescent period in which young people experience sexual needs but are not supposed to be sexually active yet. This paper explores how these societalExpand
Perceptions of contraceptives of adolescents in Kampala, Uganda
This paper explores adolescents’ perceptions of contraceptives and how these perceptions relate to their intention to engage in safe sexual behaviour. Ten in-depth interviews and six focus groupExpand
Adolescents' Sexual Health in Uganda: Abstinence-Only and Perceived Autonomy
Abstinence-only programmes are said to be endangering adolescents’ sexual and reproductive health and rights in Uganda. The Ugandan government has been implementing an ABC strategy, i.e. Abstinence,Expand
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