National E-course 4.0 on Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR), Peer Education and Mental Health for young people in Nepal
On the occasion of the Youth Day Regional Celebration, Y-PEER Nepal is announcing the Fourth National E-course on Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR), Peer Education, and Mental Health, together with its partners: Y-PEER Asia Pacific Center and the Youth Day Space for young people in Nepal.
This e-course intends to bring information on SRHR, understand issues of (Young Key Population) YKPs, learn better communication channels, and various other issues to the young peoples of Nepal. Young people of the age group 15-29 years are highly encouraged to apply for this course.
Purpose of the course:
– To build capacities of participants as SRHR youth advocates including those in remote /difficult-to-reach settings and those who are not affiliated with any organization / group.
– To provide an online platform to enhance, share and update knowledge and skills in the field of SRHR including emerging topics.
- Cost: This e-course is free of cost.
- Application Duration: 17 – 24 August 2023
- Course Duration: 1st September – 19th October 2023
- Weekly time commitment: One class (or maximum two classes) of 60-90 minutes per week.
- Each participant is expected to complete the required tasks for each class within a gap of 4 days.
- The e-course will be set up within Google Classroom and will be delivered to a closed group of participants. Each participant will receive a referral code to access class through an email.
- Total 11 classes will be delivered in addition to, two virtual gatherings for opening and closing ceremony.
- Each class will consist of reading materials and a short assignment. Then, participants will be expected to share their answers in the Google Classroom discussion board.
Deadline for the form application: 24th August 2023
Application link: Registration
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