#AskAPeerEducator

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So I actually spent the day watching the drama series devious maids to keep me calm from the nerve wreck I was as the lead today during the #AskAPeerEducator session organized by Reach A Hand Uganda every Thursday at 5:00 pm on social media majorly on twitter. I was to answer questions and talk about the role of peer educators in implementing Sexual reproductive health and rights in schools. I decided to write this to put some light on this peer education model of passing on SRH knowledge to young people.
Peer education (what is it?)
This is a term used to describe a range of interventions where young people from a similar age group, culture and /or social status educate and inform each other about a wide variety of issues.
It’s an approach that empowers young people to work with young people and withdraws on the positive strength of…

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Bakshi Asuman has worked with youth projects since 2007 that focused on mentoring and working with young people with training experience of over 7 years in Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Behavior Change Communication for youth led and youth serving organizations. He is a Master Trainer in Evidence & Right based SRHR and HIV prevention Intervention for youth Behavior change, characteristics of effective interventions, measure effects on outcome level, stigma and discrimination and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for young people are used and Meaningful Youth Participation.

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