In a bid to equip knowledge hubs with adequate skills and credibility, Manicaland State University of Applied Sciences Peer Educators Network participated in a two-day training workshop.
Running under the theme “Capacity-Building of Peer Educators/Students on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)”, the training was organized by UNESCO, SAYWHAT and ZNFPC.
The idea behind Peer Educators training workshops is meant to create students who are sensitised on relevant skills that assist in understanding issues to do with Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), Comprehensive Sexuality Education as well as Sexual and Gender Based Violence.
Besides issues to do with sexuality, the training became a forum to strengthen the capacity of Peer Educators/Students in providing health based information and services to youths in tertiary institutions.
MSUAS students got the opportunity to share and discuss subjects that affect students in colleges and the community at large.
Hence, students were capacitated with skills that comfortably and accurately assist in delivering a more comprehensive sexual education in a participatory manner.