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DOLPIN: a Family-based Health, Sexuality, and Relationship Teaching Kit for Urban Poor Children in Indonesia

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Focus Areas:

Sexual and Reproductive Health

Sexual and Reproductive HealthSEE LESS

Implemented In:

Indonesia

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Innovation Description

In Indonesia, where 10% of pregnancies occur in women age 15-24 (BPS, 2015), sex-ed is not taught as one subject, only parts are addressed in science and religion classes Moreover, parents also lack the skills and confidence to provide sex-ed to their children. Early childhood exposure to sexuality education contributes to a lower rate of teen pregnancies, improved HIV/AIDS knowledge and helps address other problems.

Milestones

May 2018
Funds RaisedVERIFIED
$74,931
TITLEDOLPIN: a Family-based Health, Sexuality, and Relationship Teaching Kit for Urban Poor Children in Indonesia
FOCUS AREAS
Sexual and Reproductive Health
IMPLEMENTED INIndonesia
Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Indonesia
Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Indonesia