Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:

  • Define needs, demands, problems of adolescence.
  • Describe the mainstreaming of sex education at national and international level.
  • Discuss the responsibility of adolescence.
  • Explain safe sexual behaviour and reproductive health.
  • Write about the methods of birth controlling.

 

 

 

Notes

Methods of Birth Control

The measures which help to bear children after some years of gap are called temporary methods. There are various methods for male and female individuals to carry out this spacing. This note provides us an information about temporary and permanent methods of birth control.

Responsibilities of Adolescent

According to WHO, adolescence is the period where age range ten to nineteen years. Adolescence is marked by physical, social and emotional changes. This note provides us an information on the responsibilities of adolescents.

Safe Sexual Behaviour and Reproductive Health

Reproductive health is a condition when women and men enjoy a satisfying and safe sex and the capacity to reproduce offspring and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do sex. This note has information about safe sexual behavior and reproductive health.

Introduction, Importance and Aspects of Sex Education

Sex education imparts the knowledge and attitude of the reproductive process and the reality of human sex education to the young people. This note provides us an information on sex education with its importance and aspects.