On July 28, in Batumi, Association Hera XXI, supported by the Administration of the Government, arranged a training titled “Building Capacity of Gender Councils on Reproductive Health and Rights Issues”.
Association Hera XXI has conducted a training for peer educators, titled “Teaching Methods” and aimed at raising peer educators’ awareness about the following issues: basic teaching principles, teaching style identification, different training methods, preparation of tasks for participants, agenda planning, assessment of training and its outcomes.
On May 20-21, in Tbilisi, thirteen young people took peer educators training to share their knowledge and experience with their age-mates through awareness-raising sessions.
The overarching objective of the conference was to demonstrate importance of sexuality education as integral part of health care increasing public awareness, which is an important element of healthy development of children and young people.
Association representatives informed the girls about the organization’s activities, importance of volunteering, needs of young people in Georgia and services available in the association.
The event aimed at networking volunteers and organizations and promoting cooperation between them.
The meeting started with introduction of the organization and presentations dedicated to the role of volunteers, needs of young people in Georgia, studies conducted by the association, and reproductive health issues.