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Dr. Marc Derveeuw, Country Representative, UNFPA India with students of KISS on 03.12.2010.
KISS Students performing ‘Youth Assembly’ in English on 03.12.2010.

 

KISS in partnership with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is implementing a project on "Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) and Life Skill Education (LSE)” for about 10,000 adolescents in the institute and more than 200,000 across the state. The program aims to ensure the vulnerable tribal children’s safer, informed and rewarding growing up process.

With the support of UNFPA, KISS has been implementing Life Skills Education in the institution. The objective behind it is to build the capacity of the tribal adolescents so that they could deal with different issues in their lives effectively. In addition KISS has established itself as a resource institute for the development and promotion of Life Skills Education. Objective based curriculum has been developed in a participatory process. Case studies, role plays, simulation games and more are added by the resource persons for making it a joyful learning.