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Общи :: Health Education and Training for Trainers for Young People from EBS Rakitovo

Health Education and Training for Trainers for Young People from EBS Rakitovo

OAK LogoParticipantsRakitovo, April 15-16, 2016

Workshop on health education for peer training of trainers was led at 15 and 16 April by the Bulgarian Association of Family Planning and Sexual Health (BFPA) team. The young people are in the age group 15 to 18 and are all from the Boarding School for boys with criminal record. They were provoked to think and gain knowledge on male and female reproductive system, changes during puberty, hygiene, methods of contraception, sexually transmitted infections incl. HIV/AIDS, trafficking of human beans, sexual and labor exploitation, violence in intimate relationships.
The interactive games and group work were leading the process in the two days so that the boys reflected on how important the good communication and teamwork are.

FeedbackAmong the main messages that reached the youngsters according to their feedback are: safety in intimate relationships, caution when looking for employer, the importance of mutual support in team work, as well that there is no place for violence in good relations between partners.
The team that conducted the training: Dr. Radosveta Stamenkova, Daniela Dikova, Ventzislav Kirkov, Ralitsa Zgalevska, Pavlina Filipova and Julia Drenska from BFPA; supported by Teodora Angelova and Ljuben Georgiev from Re-Act Association.

The event was held as part of the project of BFPA ‘The Art to Inform’, financed by the OAK Foundation.

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