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Overview

Call for Application: Y-PEER Bhutan along with its’ partners, the Department of Youth and Sports (DYS), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Y-PEER Asia Pacific Center are going to conduct the 3rd National E-course on Level II Orientation.  The e-course would provide information about the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) focusing on educating and advocating through peer-led initiatives. Its objective is to engage youths meaningfully through peer education and to help them gain easy access to relevant information and services that can enhance their capacity to live healthy and productive life.   The e-course covers topics such as SRHR, GBV, ICPD, CSE, Sex and Gender, PSEA and many more.

Who can join the e-course?

  • The e-course is open for both Y-PEER and Non-YPEER members from Bhutan 

How to register for the e-course?

  • The registration will be open from 22nd August 2021 till 1st September 2021
  • You need to fill the registration form which would only take less than 5 minutes using the following link: 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ja3c4xeQ1IS-vYrTQ4VsMEI_CTAVodZ54a596cT09NE/edit?chromeless=1

Where will the e-course take place and is there any cost for it?

  • The e-course will be held in Google Classroom where all the required contents and tasks will be posted in it. We will also use Zoom as a platform for the virtual conferences to engage and enhance interactions among the participants.   
  • The participants need not have to pay any cost for the e-course.

How long does the e-course take to complete?

  • The e-course would start from 7th to 27th September 2021 (complete within 3 weeks) where 3-4 lessons would be provided in a week along with assignments or tasks to examine their understanding of the topics. The e-course would take around 30 to 60 minutes per class. 

What are the topics included in the e-course?

The e-course will provide information about Level II Orientation that focuses on the following topics:

Session 1: Introduction to Y-PEER 

Session 2: Ethics/ Code of Conduct of Y-PEER

Session 3: Volunteerism

Session 4: ICPD Agenda

Session 5: Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)

Session 6: Sex and Gender

Session 7: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

Session 8: Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Session 9: Healthy Relationships

Session 10: Prevention and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)

What will you receive at the end of the e-course?

  • The participants who complete the e-course successfully will receive a “Certificate of Participation” from Y-PEER Bhutan and its partners
  • The participants will get the benefits of getting access to all our presentation slides, reading materials and manuals

Any inquiries regarding this e-course can be contacted via the email: ecourse.bhutan@youthday.space

Application form: Online


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