The Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) will be introduced into Ghana’s basic schools’ curriculum from the next academic year.
The objective of the CSE is to help young people accurate accurate and reliable information on sexual and reproduction health and rights.
According to Dr Leticia Adelaide Appiah, the Executive Director of the National Population Council, one of the promoters of the curriculum, society has the responsibility to prepare the youth with enough education that gave them the tools they needed to make healthy decisions.
The document has already given rise to public debate.
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Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com