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close this bookTraditional Sex Education in Tanzania (WAZAZI, 1991, 82 p.)
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close this folderINTRODUCTION
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close this folderChapter two THE ETHNIC COMMUNITIES
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View the documentThe Chagga
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View the documentA National Curriculum
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THE MARGARET SANGER CENTER
of Planned Parenthood of New York City

is an international center for education about sexuality, reproduction, and health, providing trainning and technical assistance to professionals from all over the world.

It has worked with government and voluntary agencies in the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia to help them establish, expand, and improve systems for reproductive health care. It has helped design national programs addressing quality assurance in service delivery. And it has enabled a dozen countries in the Caribbean, Central America, and Africa to develop nonformal community-based parent education programs, as well as to integrate more formal family living/sex education curricula into their schools.

The Sanger Center has worked in partnership with the Parents Association of Tanzania (WAZAZI) for several years.