Name of the activity: SCORA CSE WEEKEND
Country/NMO: SloMSA Slovakia
Program: Realizing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: Continuous Activity.
Category: Capacity Building
Focus area: Comprehensive Sexuality Education
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: GOAL 4: QUALITY EDUCATION
In Slovakia, Comprehensive sexuality education is not included in primary, nor secondary schools’ curricula. SloMSA Slovakia has decided to address this issue, by creating it’s own pool of CSE facilitators. And thus came the need for an event, which would contain various workshops about SRHR. The aim of these workshops was to equip participants with adequate soft skills, attitudes and knowledge, so they could deliver the best possible CSE at schools.
CSE is not a part of the curriculum in Slovakia.
The local data:
1 in 10 women has been a victim of sexual violence. Only 15% of victims reported to have sought help.
12% of children reported to have watched porn at the age of 6. Most commonly, the first contact with porn is at the age of 11-14.
58,9% of people from LGBT+ community have been a victim of abuse (verbal, non-verbal).
SloMSA has decided to contribute to the prevention of such phenomena, by delivering high-quality CSE to schools.
General population, Children, Youth, Women, LGBTQIA+ community
1) Objective 1 – SloMSA will gain new CSE facilitators, who will have fulfilled all conditions to successfully pass the event and become a part of the SloMSA CSE facilitators pool.
2) Objective 2 – After the event, the participants will report to be sufficiently comfortable with addressing various topics of CSE.
3) Objective 3- After the event, the participants will report to be sufficiently knowledgeable about various topics of CSE.
4) Objective 4 – After the event, the participants will report to be more prepared to deliver various CSE topics to audiences, than they were before the event.
5) Objective 5 – After the event, the participants will report an improvement in their soft skills.
Indicators of Success:
Indicator 1 – Facilitators
1.1 At least 15 SloMSA members will meet the criteria to attend SCORA CSE WEEKEND.
1.2 At least 90% of participants will submit both the pre-evalutation and post-evaluation forms in beforehand appointed time.
1.3 All participants will attend at least 90% of trainings.
1.4 At least 90% of participants will successfully deliver a graduation session.
Indicator 2 – Addressing the topics
2.1 After the event, the participants will report to be comfortable with addressing the topics on average more than 4,0 points (on scale 1-5).
Indicator 3 – Knowledge
3.1 After the event, the participants will report to be knowledgeable about the topics on average more than 4,0 points (on scale 1-5).
Indicator 4 – Preparedness
4.1 On average, the participants will feel more prepared by 0,5 points (on scale 1-5) after the event compared to before the event.
Indicator 5 – Soft skills
5.1 The rise in participants’ various soft skills will be by average 0,2 points (on scale 1-5).
Arrival to Martin, Slovakia
Topics covered: CSE introductory training
Social program (3 hours)
Areas covered: Mini-TNT, SOGIESC 101, STIs and contraception, Intersectionality, LGBT+ advanced, Abortion debate
Social program (5 hours)
Areas covered: Sex-positivity, Gender-based violence
Total hours of educational activities: 15 + 4 (graduation sessions).
Leadership – NORA (Richard Ančic) + VPCB (Diana Musová)
OC=Trainers – 6 people.
Resources: participants’ fee, food and drinks sponsored by: NhaBe Bistro (restaurant), Plantáž Bistro (restaurant), Lunter (company), Herbert sirupy (company).
Partner: Saplinq o.z. (NGO) – sponsored LGBT+ advanced training.
Sustainability: Promotion of further (IFMSA) opportunities for facilitators, creation of the event toolkit and internal document.
Risk management: SWOT + PESTEL analyses were conducted. Risk mitigation was performed. If needed, event can be held online, keeping comparable quality.
Plans for evaluation:
The evaluation will be done one week after the event by NORA and VPCB.
It will be done by analysing both the pre-evaluation form and post-evaluation form, filled by participants.
Both forms are created after the needs assessment has been conducted.
Analysis of the outcomes will be quantified and the success will be measured, according to indicators of success.
Herbert sirupy – company producing drinks, type of support: provided products.
NhaBe Bistro – restaurant, type of support: provided products.
Lunter – company producing vegan food, type of support: provided products.
Plantáž Bistro – vegan restaurant, type of support: provided discount for products.
Saplinq o.z. – NGO, type of support: provided services by fully covering LGBT+ advanced training, along with paying for logistical expenses for their trainers.
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