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Pregnancy and Reproduction Explained (Asia Region)
Pregnancy and Reproduction Explained (Asia Region)
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Pregnancy and Reproduction Explained (Asia Region)

This video breaks down the reproduction process by explaining the process up to when a fertilized egg attaches to the wall of a uterus and pregnancy begins. It explains that typically sperm combines with an egg through vaginal sex and how semen is ejaculated and carries the sperm through the cervix, the uterus and into the fallopian tubes. There, it fertilizes the egg and implants on the uterine wall. The video also defines artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and references adoption as other ways to start a family.


Please click the links below for a lesson plan and accompanying powerpoint slides for teachers to accompany this video.

This lesson plan is one of 9 individual, scripted lesson plans available to support in-school or out-of-school delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in Southeast Asia. The scripted 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.

International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education

6.1, ages 9-12

Sexual and Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology

View videos for 6.1 (ages 9-12)

6.2, ages 9-12
6.2, ages 12-15

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