Call for Application: Second National E-course On Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR), Peer Education and Mental Health together with its’ partners: Y-PEER Asia Pacific Center and Robert Carr Fund are going to conduct the second National E-course On Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), Peer Education and Mental Health & Well-being.
This course intends to bring information on various issues such as SRHR, Understanding YKPs, better communication channels, and various other issues to the young peoples of Nepal.
# Who should join the e-course?
-Any young people from the age group 15-29 years.
# How to join the e-course?
-The registration form is published on the official Facebook page of Y-PEER Nepal and Every candidate must fill-up the form and submit it before the deadline on www.youthday.space/e-course .
# Where will the e-course take place and is there any cost for the course?
-Google Classroom will be used as the platform for the e-course (Mobile app and website). Participants do not need to pay any cost for the e-course.
# How long does the e-course take to complete?
-It is the complete choice of participants to attend the offline class at their convenience and each class will be online for 10 days.
The E-course takes about 60-90 minutes per class. There will be 11 bi-weekly classes which will be completed with-in 3 months starting from Sept 1st, 2021.
# What are the E-course topics?
The e-course will cover up every information about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for young advocates and activists promoting young key populations’ rights and empowerment, especially at national and local levels. At the same time, the course intends to open the discussion of the linkages between SRHR and HIV for YKPs, and what would be required to address young key populations’ specific needs in order for them to realize their rights to well-being as recognized by the SRHR agenda.
TOPICS to be Included (Subject to Change)
- Class 1: Understanding Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Adolescent Health and well-being
- Class 2: Menstrual Hygiene Management
- Class 3: Violence, Sex, and Gender
- Class 4: Sexually transmitted infection & HIV
- Class 5: Family Planning
- Class 6: Abortion
- Class 7: Body Shaming & Bullying
- Class 8: Mental Health & Well-being
- Class 9: Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE)
- Class 10: SRHR issues of Young Key Populations(YKPs) and LGBTIQ+
- Class 11: Consent
Timeline of E-course: Sept 2021-Nov 2021
# What will you receive at the end of the course?
-Those participants who complete 100% of the e-course will receive a certificate of participation from Y-PEER Nepal and partners.
-The special title will be provided to a group of participants allowing them privileges to know about the various events and activities at the National & Regional levels.
-We will also be organizing the small quiz online and few rewards will also be provided to winners.
Deadline of Application: 25th August 2021 If any questions/concerns:
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- DoHS Annual Health Report 2079/80
- Nepal National Health Accounts 2018/19 and 2019/20
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- Recommendations of Measles Outbreaks and Root Cause Analysis 2022-23
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