This presentation will examine the way that key cost drivers that have an impact on the cost and cost-effectiveness of school-based sexuality education and the implications for scaling up the programme in different scenarios. The study, commissioned by UNESCO, looks at the cost of sexuality education (SE) programmes in four developing countries (Nigeria, Kenya, India and Indonesia), one country in transition (Estonia), and one developed country (The Netherlands). The cost-effectiveness is analysed Kenya and Estonia.
Recorded in June 2011 at the 20th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health
Forging the Future: Sexual Health for the 21st Century, Glasgow, UK.