Safe4Play Newsletter October 2023DownloadRead More
Welcome to Safe4Play Project
Innovative educational intervention for safe sexual and reproductive health
More than one million Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are acquired every day worldwide. The global rate of unintended pregnancy was estimated at 44% of all pregnancies between 2010 and 2014, corresponding to approximately 62 unintended pregnancies per 1000 women between the ages of 15–44 years old. For this reason, there are several strategies and intervention programs in place to encourage safer sexual behaviours. Yet, the majority of them have shown limited effectiveness. Even when people have good general knowledge about STIs, they usually fail to apply this knowledge to estimate risks associated with their own sexual health.
Desk Research on Sex Education
Curriculum with theoretical background on sex and reproductive health
Serious game for sex and reproductive health education