Teen Pregnancy, Abortions & HIV

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Pamphlet:Teaching Life Orientation

Download our pamphlet which offers guidance and tips to Life Orientation teachers.

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Proposed CSE Study Guides Released

The Department of Basic Education has published its new scripted lessons plans which will be used as part of its pilot phase on sexual education.

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Fluid Gender (Poem)

Fluid Gender (Poem)

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Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) Shows Little Evidence of Success

When measured by meaningful and recommended standards, the research evidence for school-based CSE in non-U.S. settings does not support UNESCO’s claim that school-based CSE (now sometimes called comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education) is effective. In fact, UNESCO’s own evidence indicates that CSE in school settings has shown little success and may be doing more harm than good

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Stop CSE in South African Schools

Comprehensive Sex Education is not approved by South African parents and is being taught in schools behind their back. The nature of the curriculum is destructive to children.

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1.2 Million Persons Killed by Abortion VS 34 People at Marikana

?1.2 Million persons have been killed since the legalisation of abortion in 1996. This number is a concern as it is a lot more than the 34-people killed at Marikana.

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How Uganda Curbed Their HIV/AIDS Stats

?Uganda’s battle against AIDS has massively reduced the cases from over 25% of the population affected in 1992, to below 10% by 2001. This has been achieved largely on a platform of abstinence before marriage and fidelity within marriage.

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School Pregnancies on the Rise!

The Dispatch newspaper in East London surveyed 500 teenagers from schools across the city. The children were asked to fill in a questionnaire. Their answers showed that 51 percent were sexually active and, of those, 72 percent were practising unsafe sex.

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Pro-Life March

The silence is broken as Pro-lifers come together each year on the first Sunday of every October, from every ethnic group KwaZulu Natal has to offer, and finds rhythm in unity and strength in forgiveness.