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Human sexuality and reproductive health must be viewed positively, free from judgement and violence.
Based on this belief, we see that there are still many challenges to create healthy Indonesian people and enjoy their rights. These include being comfortable with their bodies, determining their partner and number of children, being free from domestic violence, sexual harassment, coercion or rape, to determining their future.
What They Say About Our Program
Iwan Abdi Suandana
We do need to hear the voices o the youth and teenagers. As practioners, we gain benefits from those voices in developing service programes for them.
Yanto Suryo Hadiyanto
Teacher, Public Shool
As teachers, we hope when they are adults, it wouldn't be taboo, at least on being aware of their reproductive organs. Since home is dangerous power relations. Parents view sex education with apprehension. We try yo illuminate them in and around sex which not always as eqate intercourse.
Anonim (Laki - laki, 13 tahun)
SRHR lessons at school inform me more about changes in my body and ways to face puberty. This lesson has taught me on how to handle body changes.
We have seen drastic fall of the number of child marriage in our school. Morover, students receive comprehensive and accurate knowledge on reproductive health, something we cannot provide before.
Head of Ritual Section of Sasak Customary Board, Lombok
The Yes I Do programme has enhanced my knowledge on SRHR and has strengthened my passion as and advocate for the rights of children and women od Sasak people in West Lombok.
I was so excited to be part of the programme. All SRHR materials are important for local teens as many of them are married at a young age. Now, they were no longer ashamed of discussing 'taboo' things.