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Ръководство за учителиПо повод на пресконференцията на
„Свобода за Всеки" и ПП „Християнски демократичен форум”
На 21 октомври, понеделник от 12.00 часа в Пресцентъра на БТА на тема: „Учебникът за 5-8 клас „Азбука за теб и мен”..."

София, 21.10.2013

Обявената пресконференция определя „Азбука за теб и за мен“ - Ръководство за учителя – като УЧЕБНИК за 5-8 клас. Ръководството НЕ Е учебник за ученици, а помагало за учители, които са преминали през 10-дневно обучение за работа с него. То е част от образователен пакет за сексуално и репродуктивно здравно образование за 5-8 клас, издаден през 2005 година, в рамките на проект, изпълняван от Министерството на здравеопазването и Националния център по обществено здраве и анализи с подкрепата и финансовата помощ на Фонда на ООН за население. Този пакет се състои от три части – Ръководство за учители, Задачи за самостоятелна работа за учениците и Книжка за родители.


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Ръководство за учители и задачи за самостоятелна работаОТ АВТОРИТЕ НА РЪКОВОДСТВО ЗА УЧИТЕЛИ,

София, 20.10.2013 г.

 В Древна Гърция философът Сократ е бил осъден на смърт за “развращаване на атинската младеж”, защото е учел своите ученици на себепознание и критично мислене.  Днес в 21 век сякаш отново е възможно да обвиниш в престъпление доказани професионалисти в сферата на здравето и образованието, които се опитват да учат младите да дискутират върху различията във възгледите и ценностите си  и  да търсят  толерантния подход към тях.
През последните дни,  „обществено ангажирани граждани“ и загрижени родители подложиха на атака Ръководството за учители по сексуално и репродуктивно здравно образование „Азбука за теб и за мен“. В някои публикации Ръководството, издадено с финансовата помощ на Фонда на ООН за население, и създадено с координацията на Министерството на здравеопазването и Националния център по обществено здраве и анализи, беше определено като „детско пoрно“.  Екипът от автори на „Азбука за теб и за мен“ категорично възразяват срещу  непрофесионалното тълкуване на теми в ръководството.          

Barometer of Women’s Access to Modern Contraceptive Choice in 10 EU Countries

BarometerFocus: Bulgaria
Key conclusions and recommendations

Barometer of Women’s Access to Modern Contraceptive Choice in 10 EU Countries is the name of the survey that was presented in the European Parliament in June 2013. BFPA translated in Bulgarian and published the survey around 26 September - the World Contraception Day.



Vaccines and vaccinations BGProf. Radka Argirova

BFPA - with the expert help of Prof. Radka Argirova – a volunteer and friend of the Association – has published a booklet which summarizes the basic facts about vaccines, about their benefits and necessity – summarized for all who want themselves, the people they help as well as all children, to be healthy.


To charm your peers while you are working

Velimira presentationVelimira Karabobalieva is a BFPA volunteer and a peer educator from Pleven. This has been an intensive year for her – Training of trainers in Pleven, an international Y-SAFE and European Council training in Budapest, participation in BFPA’s Annual youth meeting in Bankya; for her the end of the summer is filled with different tasks. She does not complain but bears all of these tasks on her delicate shoulders with an impressive ease.
What is new from Velimira:



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‘My Body, My Rights’: Health Mediators form Yambol Municipality about their work in State of Emergency Conditions

Yambol, May 2020

The parents are unemployed. Several days ago one of the brothers has come from abroad, unfortunately with no money. All the family does not have the right to go out of home. They all are quarantined. One day while she is working in her cabinet Kina Asenova is hearing a kid crying on the street. She is going out to see what is happening and sees the family’s six-year old child shaking on the ground and screaming. She finds out that the boy wants a snack very much and the family cannot afford that kind of expense... She goes to the shop, buys a box of the snacks and gives it them. ‘The next day we started distributing food. We gave it away without judging people’s race. We give as well for mentally disabled and people with different diseases’.
Kina is health mediator from 2008, but she works with people on different projects from the 2000s. People trust her. Her colleagues – Atanaska Mutafova, Asen Stoyanov, Atanas Atanasov, Ivan Ivanov and the mediators from Tundja Municipality daily do work in the villages Kukorevo, Kozarevo, Veselinovo, Drazhevo, Hadjidimovo. They work all day long, even on weekends. ‘Since Bulgaria declared state of emergency because of the Covid pandemic we are every day on the field, we give information on the infection, explain them why it’s important to stay at home. We are tracking people who came back from abroad and we make sure that they follow the quarantine guidelines. We have such people in almost every village.’

‘My Body, My Rights’ – Successes and Challenges

Health mediators from Montana, Bulgaria, and their work in state of emergency
Montana, March-May 2020

Peter Cvetanov, Sonya Rumenova and Valya Alexandrova are health mediators in Montana Municipality. The three of them as a team are implementing activities part of the project of Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA) – ‘My Body, My Rights’ (2018–2021). In addition to their municipality, pilot work is being done in two other locations in Bulgaria: Yambol and Sofia. The project is implemented in partnership with organizations from Serbia and Romania, with the coordinating role of International Planned Parenthood Federation and is supported by the programme for social responsible business of the company MSD via their campaign ‘MSD for Mothers’. Main goal of the initiative is to improve the conditions for ensuring quality of family planning services for vulnerable communities and to build capacity and civil responsibility within the communities.
Sonya in a health mediator from 2013. She graduated economics, married with two children: a boy and a girl: ‘Several years ago Roma women from the neighborhood didn’t see doctors for prophylactics. Part of them were not insured, others simply were living with their prejudices and fears. We had two obstetrics-gynecologists as part of the Bulgarian-swiss cooperation program ZOV. They were visiting the health center in the neighborhood according to schedule. Then we decided to form local women’s group for self support, where initially timidly, but afterwards more confidently we started talking about examinations, contraception, family planning, prevention of sexually transmitted infections... The women from the group started little by little to shake off their fears.’ They just made progress and the activities on project ended. Only  mediators remained in the health center. And then for them new opportunity arose via the project ‘My Body, My Rights’. ‘It gave us the opportunity to continue just on time. The group for self support is developing; the health center in the neighborhood is alive again.’ Sonya succeeded to motivate a poor mother of nine children for IUD insertion. Before that she tried many times, but without any success. ‘I think that she was mostly afraid of being damaged by IUD. Now I know for sure that my long-term working with this woman was not in vain.”

Learning Action Partnership: Efforts for Guaranteed Sustainability

Sofia, February 12, 2020

The first for 2020 meeting of the Learning Action Partnership took place in Sofia on February 12, 2020. The agenda included review of activities done on project up to the moment, fixing of concrete future activities and defining small working groups for the different strategic directions.
Representatives of organizations and institutions who participated shared their working plans and the possibility of inclusion of other LAP members in joint activities. Part of the feedback was connected with the increase of fake news, including on priorities of the Partnership. The atmosphere of the event was businesslike, but with extremely well expressed solidarity and good collaboration feeling. In the debates during the meeting important actual topics were covered, such as increasing media and digital literacy of children and challenges, which we are meeting in our work with teachers with long practice on certain age and with burnout. Forming network of children and young people with innovative model of managing was discussed, which will aim decreasing the aggression of children under residential care. How to focus our work so that the efforts put to have guaranteed sustainability; science and research approach and regional and national level partnerships; the need to work together to change the environment – were among topics discussed during the event.