VISIT REPORT GROUP 2<br />Ms. Pawana Wienrawee, Path<br />Ms. Rosaline B. Masilang, Philippines<br />Ms. Andri Yoga Utami,...
Visited Places<br />Center for Training of the Child and Youth Bankanjanaphisek <br />Thawaranukul Secondary School, Petch...
Day 1 Center for Training of the Child and Youth Ban Kanjanapisek (under Chana Jai Foundation)<br />Address: 103 Moo 2 Tum...
They have guidelines for treatment of young offender who try to escape.<br />They use humanitarian approach; healing appro...
Pilot Implementation of Juvenile Center by NGO<br />Life skills training including CSE<br />Analytical thinking<br />Build...
Day 1  Thawaranukul Secondary School, Petchaburi<br />School is the model of systemic procedure of sexual education under ...
The activities are co-operated with parents to share their ideas and opinions with teachers to manage the activities.<br /...
Day  1  Lovecare Station at Market<br />Prevention on HIV AIDS through outreaching communities in the market<br />Target y...
Day 2  Visit Private Junior High School “Suwanrangsarit”<br /><ul><li>Integrate LoveCare Program into School System
To promote awareness on SRHR and HIV AIDS prevention amongst students
To create and increase demand to access SRHR services (counselling, unintended pregnancy, abortion, STI & HIV AIDS test an...
Strong commitment from school management to support love care program (Monk School Foundation)
Integrate sexual education into curriculum (started last year)</li></ul>17/06/2011<br />9<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
Day 2 “Suwanrangsarit”School (con’t) <br /><ul><li>Outreaching young people through school system (extracurriculum) – coll...
Provided education information on sexuality education, counselling, condome use
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  1. 1. VISIT REPORT GROUP 2<br />Ms. Pawana Wienrawee, Path<br />Ms. Rosaline B. Masilang, Philippines<br />Ms. Andri Yoga Utami, Indonesia<br />Ms. Maria Widiani, Indonesia<br />Ms. Pema Tshezin, Bhutan<br />Ms. Sonam Zangmo, Bhutan<br />Ms. Le Ngoc Huynh Long , Vietnam<br />Mr. Long Nil Roath, Cambodia<br />Mr. Nguyen Sy Tien, Vietnam<br />Ms. Sumon Kananit, Thailand<br />Ms Srisumam Sartsara, UNFPA Thailand<br />South-South Cooperation Project UNFPA/TICA<br />A Study Visit and a Workshop on<br />Learning Exchange on Sexuality Education in Schools: A Way Forward<br />A First in Series of the Dialogue Forum for Strategic Framework and Capacity Development among Six UNFPA-TICA Partnership Countries (Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand)<br />13-18 June, 2011<br />Windsor Hotel, Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand<br />17/06/2011<br />1<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  2. 2. Visited Places<br />Center for Training of the Child and Youth Bankanjanaphisek <br />Thawaranukul Secondary School, Petchaburi<br />Lovecare Station at Market<br />Visit Suwanrangsarit School/ Private Junior High School<br />Tayang Hospital for Youth Friendly Services Petchaburi, and observe outreach program<br />17/06/2011<br />2<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  3. 3. Day 1 Center for Training of the Child and Youth Ban Kanjanapisek (under Chana Jai Foundation)<br />Address: 103 Moo 2 Tumbon Klongyong amphoe Phutthamonthon, Changwat Nakhon Prathom 73170<br />Lead by Ms. Thica Na Nakhon<br />Today they have 165 persons at Ban Kanjanapisek living at 20 houses, the offenders, aged` up to 24, are divided into groups about 10 to 15 and put under the supervision of advisers.<br />Vision: Ban Kan Chanaphisek is not a prison. Youth living in BKC is not prisoners. Staff working at BKC are not prison wardens.<br />Mission: BKC is a home, temporarily subsitute home for youth who had a mistake<br />17/06/2011<br />3<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  4. 4. They have guidelines for treatment of young offender who try to escape.<br />They use humanitarian approach; healing approach.<br />A warm welcoming ceremony is held for the newcomers, whose parents are invited to join the activity to mark a good start to their lives at their new “home”.<br />Train offenders to be respectful to others<br />Budget comes from government (2 USD/day/person)<br />Only 3% of offenders who returne to society relapse (e.g drug addiction)<br />17/06/2011<br />4<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  5. 5. Pilot Implementation of Juvenile Center by NGO<br />Life skills training including CSE<br />Analytical thinking<br />Build self esteem<br />De-power/ equal power between youth and adult<br />Human Rights Based Management<br />Rights for education: Non Formal Education<br />Rights to enjoy their life: sport, movies, dressing, etc.<br />Rights for expression: dancing (B-Boy), feeling<br />Opportunities<br />Earn income<br />Humanitarian rescue: Tsunami, landslides, flooding, political conflicts<br />Family connection<br />Leave for family occasions: funeral, care taking for sick family members, etc.<br />Philosophy<br />No one born to be a criminal<br />This center is not a prison <br />17/06/2011<br />5<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  6. 6. Day 1 Thawaranukul Secondary School, Petchaburi<br />School is the model of systemic procedure of sexual education under the MoE. All of students from grades 7 to 12 have to attend this course. This course started in 2008.<br />The teaching regarding sexuality is included in the guidance class, where inside the class, there are some rooms for counselling individual students.<br />The school has to follow the curriculum of sexual education by PATH Organization. Students have to attend at least 16 hours per academic year.<br />17/06/2011<br />6<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  7. 7. The activities are co-operated with parents to share their ideas and opinions with teachers to manage the activities.<br />Good start to create awareness and develop among students the life skills that will help them cope with challenges and complexity of everyday life.<br />17/06/2011<br />7<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  8. 8. Day 1 Lovecare Station at Market<br />Prevention on HIV AIDS through outreaching communities in the market<br />Target young people coming to the market, esp. factory workers and community youth<br />Uses various strategies to encourage youth to be aware of STIs and HIV,/AIDS (e.g quiz, game with tokens)<br />Promote clinic service and counsellig on STIs and HIV/AIDS by referring the cases to the hospital<br />17/06/2011<br />8<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  9. 9. Day 2 Visit Private Junior High School “Suwanrangsarit”<br /><ul><li>Integrate LoveCare Program into School System
  10. 10. To promote awareness on SRHR and HIV AIDS prevention amongst students
  11. 11. To create and increase demand to access SRHR services (counselling, unintended pregnancy, abortion, STI & HIV AIDS test and treatment)
  12. 12. Strong commitment from school management to support love care program (Monk School Foundation)
  13. 13. Integrate sexual education into curriculum (started last year)</li></ul>17/06/2011<br />9<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  14. 14. Day 2 “Suwanrangsarit”School (con’t) <br /><ul><li>Outreaching young people through school system (extracurriculum) – collaboration with love care
  15. 15. Provided education information on sexuality education, counselling, condome use
  16. 16. Reducing the cases of unintended pregnancy; increasing condome use, increasing the client of counselling
  17. 17. To avoid restriction from parents- through informing sexuality education part of school program
  18. 18. Involve youth in the planning process to create a sense of ownership using participatory and collaborative approach</li></ul>17/06/2011<br />10<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  19. 19. Day 2 Visit Tayang Hospital for Youth Friendly Services and observe outreach program <br />Petchburi Provincial Health Office-HIV AIDS Provincial Coordinating Mechanism and Youth Firendly Services Program<br /><ul><li>Coordination between provincial level –local government- Hospital- Love Care to address youth friendly sexual health services
  20. 20. Strong partnership between and among provincial and local authorities/institutions_ MoH and MoE
  21. 21. Integrated services to address SRHR and HIV AIDS amongst youth through youth friendly services</li></ul>17/06/2011<br />11<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  22. 22. Day 2Tayang Hospital (con’t)<br /><ul><li>Provide youth friendly holistic services for SRHR counselling, mental health care, unintended pregnancy (including safe abortion), STI, HIV/AIDS test and treatment, drug abuse, sexual abuse,etc.
  23. 23. Provide referal system for further treatment
  24. 24. Support from local health government on subsidy the services, training on counselling (basic and couples counselling, HIV/AIDS and STI test, SRHR, violence)
  25. 25. Policy and program in place on ASRHR services
  26. 26. Effective collaboration and coordination between hospital, health center, school, outreach to communities, NGO</li></ul>17/06/2011<br />12<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  27. 27. Lessons Learnt from the Field Visit: Group 2<br />17/06/2011<br />13<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  28. 28. Multi-approaches Strengthening CSE for Youth Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS in Samutsongkram and Petchburi<br /><ul><li>CSE as a stand alone subject with 16 hours/ year (credit)
  29. 29. CSE is integrated in subjects related to homeroom, guidance, physiology development, etc.
  30. 30. Peer educator
  31. 31. Condom availability
  32. 32. Innovative and interactive IEC materials
  33. 33. Outreach activities
  34. 34. Youth Friendly Health Service
  35. 35. One Stop Service
  36. 36. Hotline
  37. 37. Community Strategic Action Plan
  38. 38. Contribute local financial resource</li></ul>Provincial Coordinating Mechanism (PCM) drives the integration mechanism among key stakeholders<br />17/06/2011<br />14<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
  39. 39. TERIMA KASIH<br />KAP KUN KAP<br />MARAMING SALAMAT<br />OKUN<br />TASHI DELEK<br />CAMON<br />17/06/2011<br />15<br />GROUP 2 VISIT<br />
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