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Being Safe on the Internet (Asia Region)
Consent Explained: What Is It? (Asia Region)
Disability and Sexuality (Asia Region)
Feeling Depressed, Happy and Other Emotions (Asia Region)
Intimate Partner Violence (Asia Region)
Talking Sexual Orientation with Jane (Asia Region)
What Is Bullying? (Asia Region)
Healthy Relationships (Asia Region)
Pregnancy and Reproduction Explained (Asia Region)
Gender Roles and Stereotypes (Asia Region)
HIV: How to protect yourself and others (Asia Region)
What is Social Anxiety? (Asia Region)
Sexting: What Should You Do? (Asia Region)
Accessing Sexual Health Services for Minors (Asia Region)
How To Be A LGBTQIA+ Ally (Asia Region)
Discussion guides for peer educators to use to educate young and middle adolescents about sexual and reproductive health in the Asia Pacific Region. Each guide incorporates an AMAZE educational video that addresses a topic and can be used to supplement existing lesson plans or resources that you may already be using to provide sexual and reproductive health information to young people. Each guide consists of an introduction to the topic of the video, a screening of the video, discussion and reflection questions, and an optional activity and/or quiz.
Scripted lesson plans available to support in-school or out-of-school delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in Southeast Asia. The lesson plans are designed to incorporate AMAZE educational videos that address the lesson plan topics and can be used to supplement existing lesson plans or resources that you may already be using to deliver CSE.