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Sexuality education in schools: the international experience and implications for Nigeria.

@inproceedings{Rosen2004SexualityEI,
  title={Sexuality education in schools: the international experience and implications for Nigeria.},
  author={James Rosen and Nancy J. Murray and Scott Moreland},
  year={2004}
}
The current cohort of Nigerian youth is the largest ever. [] Key Method It was originally commissioned to provide input for the National Stakeholders Meeting on Adolescent Sexuality and Reproductive Health Education held in Abuja Nigeria in September 2003. The authors incorporated feedback and results from that meeting to revise and update the report. Our hope is for the paper to support the efforts of Nigerians to implement the country’s new policy on sexuality and reproductive health education. (excerpt)

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