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In-school Young People

In-School Education

This unit is mainly concerned with disseminating information to the young people that are still in schools with the aim of making them ambassadors in the art of disseminating information to their peers and other siblings. This unit basically disseminates factual information through skillful facilitation sessions at primary, secondary, tertiary institutions and even religious bodies that have youth focused sections in their place of worships.  The project also organizes quiz competitions for schools and it reaches an average of 20 schools and 5,000 students per year. The in school unit is managed by two program assistants and all the 12 young facilitators including trained mentors (teachers).

 

Topics addressed

In the in-school program includes Self–Esteem; Problems youth face;  Values and Decision making;  How to deal with dilemmas; Communication;  Right steps to adolescents development;  First Aid and Emergency Care; Leadership;   Organization and organizing; Stress Management; Problems of growing up;  Reproductive Review; Reproductive systems and Puberty management; Male Circumcision and  Female Genital Mutilation; Gender Roles and Interpersonal Relationship; Parenting; Problems Teenage Parents Face; Predicting Pregnancy Risks;  STI/HIV ” living with and care for HIV persons; rights and obligations of young people; legal protections.

 


 

V4C PROJECT

Voices for change is a programme funded by DFIDUK aid, working to strengthen and creating enabling environment for gender equality in Nigeria through various activity. it is implemented within tertiary institutions in kano state the aim of the project is awareness creation and sensitization program on gender issues which have helped to change certain beliefs and societal thinking about women and girls. It reaches its target through its Physical safe space, virtual safe space (purple academy) radio drama program called Purple Tinz. Most of the participants (especially female) have been empowered by the Program in terms of decisions making, negotiation skills and networking amongst themselves thereby creating sustainable impact in the area of leadership, communication and management skills. Students that participated (especially females) in the Program