Adolescence is an age of learning and curiosity, a time of building habits and developing principles of life, to give the correct information to live a healthy life. The age of 13 to 24 is the most crucial period in the life of a human being from which an adolescent and young people pass to enter into the adult world of decision–makers. This period is a major growth of adolescents occurring physically, mentally, psychologically, and socially. This period transformed into active and responsible citizens to make the architect of a healthy and informed future.
Health Education for Learning and Practice is a program of the Kawish Resource Center for the awareness of Reproductive and Sexual Health and prevention and control of HIV and AIDS and sexually transmitted infections and diseases with young girls and boys out of schools and school-going adolescents, teachers, and youth leaders.
Health Education for Learning and Practice program is bring a change in the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of young leaders by conducting group discussions, theatre performances, youth seminars, documentaries on youth issues, and training workshops by using participatory approaches for their full involvement.