Empowering Women to Lead Change: A Training Manual

Publish Year : 2006
Publisher : UNFPA
Author Name : World YWCA
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Description :

This manual was designed by a resource group of young women leaders from nine countries, focusing on critical issues of HIV/AIDS, sexual health, self-esteem, violence against women, and more. The objective of this manual is to facilitate trainings and use engaging workshops to successfully teach young women ways to empower themselves and act on key issues that affect their livelihood and well-being. Training material on HIV and AIDS can be found on pgs. 33-49.     


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