Empowering female youths on sexual health and HIV/STIs prevention through collaborative friendly service networks

has committed to work on the female youths. Knowledge and experiences have increased female youths' self-esteem and respect of their own rights including basic human rights, rights to health, rights to education, rights to be treated with dignity, gender equality and bargaining power in sexual relationships and the use of condoms for their own protection. These will enhance their quality of life and they will be recognized as a new generation of women with high self-esteem.

Once they have realized their own potentials and values, they will also respect the others' rights and sympathize with other fellowmen. Additionally, these knowledge and values can also pass to their friends, families and communities. Health education will be sustainable with the inter-generational transfer of knowledge and practice.

Long term solutions should therefore emphasize on the role of female youths. The outcome will be worthwhile as female youths are the future of the country -  “Defeat AIDS: Empower female youths to change the world”  readmore

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     Empowering female youths on sexual health and HIV/STIs prevention through collaborative friendly service networks. 

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Students’ appreciation Letters
No. 1 - Ms. Chonpassorn Sangsang - Nakhorn Sawan
No. 2 - Ms. Chotiros Kulkua - Nakhon Sawan
No. 3 - Ms. Kornson Jindarat
No. 4 - Ms. Kwanchanok Inthasak - Nakhon Sawan
No. 5 Ms. Nanthana Noichai - Nakhon Sawan
No. 6 - Ms. Narathip Timlekha
No. 7 - Nitchanan Pratum
No. 8 - Ms. Wannisa Tapanya
No. 9 - Ms. Rungthiwa Mokhasuk
No. 10 - Ms. Hataikarn Promkam - Maejo University
No. 11 - Ms. Jindarat Chaikhan
No. 12 - Ms. Orathai Jaiban
No. 13 - Ms. Ratchanok Tapratum
No. 14 - Ms. Saranya Ruengkaew
No. 15 - Wachiravit Srinoon - Maejo University
No. 16 - Ms. Karnchanok Chantabha
No. 17 - Ms. Vatcharamon Deema
No. 18 - LOR 2_CAT4_ Path2Health