Comprehensive Sexuality Education

"It is more than what you think"

At Seeds of Awareness, we believe that sexuality education is much more than just reproductive health and AIDS. The United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA) defines Comprehensive Sexuality Education as a rights-based and gender-focused approach to sexuality education. It is taught over several years, providing age-appropriate information consistent with the evolving capacities of young people.

So when we say we do Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) programs, we include themes such as culture, gender, relationships, body image, reproductive health, violence, conditioning and informed choice making.


Safe sexual being

Safe and consensual sex, safe positive touch and no harassment, abuse or violence

Right of choice

Sexuality, sexual orientation, reproduction, relationships, partners, sex, beliefs, values and desires.


Healthy and unhealthy relationships, types of friendships, feelings, communication and gender.


Anatomy, reproductive health, adolescent development, puberty, contraception, sexually transmitted infections, power and control.

Informed Decision Making

Difference between decisions based on awareness, facts, values, choices, desires and decisions made out of coercion, force, fear or pressure.

 Culture and Conditioning

Gender stereotypes, stigma, reputation, morality and the importance of space spaces for discussion and learning.