The Bureau of Gender Affairs is this week recognizing Sex Week 2016...'A week of radically learning and relearning sex education".
Former Coordinator of the National HIV/AIDS Response Unit, Nurse Julie Frampton, told a local radio program Monday, education is important. She says giving persons appropriate education is important in making informed decisions and initiating behaviour change.
Nurse Frampton is also proposing that each Health district be staffed with a Health Educator. She called further for specialized HFLE teachers and counsellors at all schools.
Sex Week 2016 is being held from April 25th -29th 2016 with a number of activities including a sex fair, radio discussions, social media conversations and community activities.
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