Comprehensive Sexuality Education for out-of-school youth!
Young people out of school are harder to reach with CSE and this requires greater effort. Through such programmes, FPA Sri Lanka aims to address current and emerging sexual and reproductive health issues and improving the health and quality of life for out-of-school young people. With targeted investments such as this, they represent an enormous opportunity to transform the country’s future – and to ensure every young person’s potential is fulfilled.
The FPA Suwa Sewa Centre in Batticaloa conducted a 3 day CSE training Workshop for students of the Eastern University at the Public Library Hall in Vantharamoolai from the 29th of June to the 1st of July.
Resource persons:Mrs.K.Kanakarajah - (Tutor of public health RDHS office,Batticaloa), Dr.(Mrs).A.Srisankar - (MOIC (STD/AIDS control programme, Batticaloa), Mr. S H.Imthiyas
(Manager - FPA Batticaloa ), Mr.S.Sutharsan - (Community Counsellor - Magistrates court ,Batticaloa), Mrs.D.Sangeetha -( Counsellor WIN -Batticaloa)