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Tell us what you think

The students in Lesotho had this to say:

“Before I was taught this subject I didn’t care about other people except myself. I thank our teacher who has helped me change and learn about life.” M. L’ukane.

“This subject has helped me in educational guidance” I now understand why I am at school and my role as a student. It has also taught me about self acceptance as God’s creation as unique and the importance of respecting our parents as elders.” M. Pofane.

“The subject has helped me to understand between good and bad and I can make informed decisions.” L. Monaheng.

“It has made me aware of how Basotho Youth lived in the olden days. How the youth of today live and the diseases and problems which they are exposed to.” T. Khobotle.

“It has taught me about sexually transmitted diseases and how one can change his or her bad habits.” M. Khobatha.


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Photo: Dominique Roger

Co-ordination
UNESCO Primary Education Section
Winsome Gordon

Editor
John Allen

Conception, graphic design and illustrations
Anna Kurtycz

With the collaboration of
Dominque Roger
Other photographs UNESCO

GUIDANCE, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT NEWSLETTER
UNESCO

Education Sector/Primary Education Section
7, place Fontenoy, 75352 Paris 07 SP
FRANCE
Printed by Ag2i Communication


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