Research shows that starting sex education at a young age can decrease the number of gender-based violence cases and teenage pregnancies. (Oupa Nkosi)
The Tears Foundation has launched a safe, easily-accessible and informative tech-enabled application called Speak Up,to promote sex education, which remains an elusive and contentious subject in many schools.
There is a shocking lack of sex education available for young people, said Mara Glennie, chief executive of the non-profit organisation that specialises in helping survivors of rape and sexual abuse. Although the material is…
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