Document Type

Case Study

Publication Date

2002

Abstract

This issue of Quality/Calidad/Qualité demonstrates how Mongolia developed a national plan to a provide a comprehensive sexual and reproductive health curriculum and media for adolescents. Among the lessons learned from the Mongolian experience were the following: 1) questions about unwanted sexual relations and sexual roles were the most pressing among adolescents, especially girls; 2) printed media are efficient and inexpensive; and 3) parental opposition was almost nonexistent in certain settings—often they expressed gratitude for this education.

DOI

doi.org/10.31899/pgy2.1004

Language

English

Comments

Issue no. 12 of Quality/Calidad/Qualité, a series of case studies of high-quality, innovative programs in sexual and reproductive health.

Project

Adolescent Girls' Programming: Community of Practice

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