Posted by: owenelias | 15/09/2016

Rutgers track record on advocacy for comprehensive sexuality education (Rutgers)

Rutgers has a well-established track record in advocacy – and advocacy capacity-building – for comprehensive sexuality education (CSE). This expertise has been built over the last decade, working with partner organizations and stakeholders to establish CSE in national curricula in developing countries in Africa and Asia. Rutgers has worked within the framework of several sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) programmes, including the Unite for Body Rights (UFBR) Programme and the Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK) programme, implemented by the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Alliance (SRHR Alliance). This document focuses on the UFBR Programme as it illustrates Rutgers’ proficiency in advocacy across seven countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan, Tanzania and Uganda.

This writing assignment required the digesting and condensing of a much longer technical document into a short, compelling text to be shared with donors.

 


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