Life skills, sexual maturation and sanitation: What’s (not) happening in our schools?


This series covers exploratory research from Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe. It focuses on the provision and teaching of life skills in primary schools, how the processes of sexual maturation for both boys and girls are handled in the schools and at home and finally exploring whether there is a link between adequate sanitation and sanitary protection for girls and their retention in school.

Life skills, sexual maturation and sanitation: What’s (not) happening in our schools?
Series editor: Julie Stewart
Weaver Press
Harare

Also in the series are:

  • An exploratory study from Kenya (Country editor: Peter Mutunga)
  • An exploratory study from Uganda (Country editor: Edward Kirumira)
  • An exploratory study from Zimbabwe (Country editor: Julie Stewart)
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