Updated Oct 02, 2018

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

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Snapshot

Focus Areas:

Sexual and Reproductive Health

Sexual and Reproductive HealthSEE LESS

Implemented In:

Indonesia

IndonesiaSEE LESS

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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
Date Unknown
New Country
Indonesia
Date Unknown
New Country
Indonesia