Women's empowerment programs, mobile phones, performance pay for public servants, and sexual health education programs appear to be the most popular aid topics for which research is needed.
What does SHE stand for?
SHE stands for Sexual Health Education
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We have 103 other meanings of SHE in our Acronym Attic
- Scottish Higher Education
- Secondary Heat Exchanger
- Secure Hardware Extension (cybersecurity)
- Seductive Human Erotica (Tech N9ne song)
- See Her Empowered (blog)
- Self Heating Effect
- Self-Help Enterprises
- Selina, Hebe, Ella (band)
- Sentinel Health Event (toxicology)
- Sequential Hardware Equivalence
- Sexual Homicide Exchange (advocacy and investigative website for sex killings)
- Shenyang, China - Shenyang (Airport Code)
- Shrink, Hide, Embody (design principle)
- Sidetracked Home Executive
- Society for Human Ecology
- South Hialeah Elementary (Florida)
- Spontaneous Human Explosion
- Standard Hydrogen Electrode
- Subretinal Hyperreflective Exudation (eye health)
- Succinct, Honest, and Engaging (interview method)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Barbara Byrd-Bennett, CEO of the Chicago Public School System, said in a statement that the implementation of a new sexual health education policy will help the students in building a foundation of knowledge that can guide them not just in the preadolescent and adolescent years, but throughout their lives, she added.
Medically accurate, developmentally appropriate, and evidence-based sexual health education provides people with the skills and resources to help make informed and responsible decisions.
This same group is listed as a grant recipient for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America which describes some of the activities of this group as Reproductive and Sexual Health Education for Women--$1,000.
The TTS sought to study the sexual behaviour of urban youth and to document their exposure to and experience of sexual health education and related sexual health services.
Sexual health education needs to cover so much more than the basic biology.
It is also looking, for example, to increase access to relationships and sexual health education for children and young people by working closely with schools.