Safe Sex For Youth

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Safe Sex for Youth (Under 18) Black Minority

Safe Sex for Youth (Under 18) Black Minority


People and youth under 18 with HIV should consider taking precautions to avoid exposure to common infections, which could be fatal for people with weakened immune systems. Although the practice of safer sex is often associated with the prevention of HIV infection, if practiced safer sex can reduce exposure to many serious infections and STDs (Kemp, 2002).

The ultimate goal of this program is the promotion of safe sex among young under 18 youth. It seems necessary to develop new strategies that promote condom use. It is also advisable to promote the female condom as a preventive option among the minorities. Sexual health should be approached from a global perspective that includes addressing the social, cultural and legal factors.

Specific Objectives

Promotion of early detection of HIV/AIDS.

Change of sexual risk behaviours.

Promotion of safer sex programs.

Development of training programs for safer sex.

Promotion of strategies for people affected by HIV / AIDS.

Promote positive prevention in people with HIV / AIDS.

To promote prevention campaigns against HIV and other STIs.

Development of "National Strategy for Sexual and Reproductive Health”.

Effective collaboration between clinicians, patients and others.


Ensuring that youth of different minorities social target groups must have the necessary information on diseases, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV / AIDS. Promotion of safe sexual behaviour, with particular emphasis on the training of vulnerable societies and professionals.


Information obtained through the same, word of mouth.

Information obtained through information leaflets published by the Public Health Directorate of the Health Service Department.

Coordination and referral with NGOs working in prevention of HIV/AIDS, persons engaged in prostitution (Wills 2000, pp. 55).

Assertive communication: the aim is that young people are able to communicate what they want and do not want, who can argue their desires and have the capacity to propose.

Negotiation: both about the kind of sex you want to keep as the use of condoms.

The development of skills to know how to buy, know how to lead, propose and correctly use a condom.

Promotion of coordination in the prevention and treatment of STIs / HIV / AIDS.


2 doctors

5 psychologist


10 social worker

15 administrative assistant

Policies and Programs

A healthy lifestyle

Regular exercise, good oral hygiene oral and personal hygiene, varied diet with adequate content trace elements

Prevention, early detection and treatment of mental health problems

Identification and therapeutic treatment of sensory and reducing the ability to training

Provide opportunities to learn, play and participate in public life in an environment child-friendly

Protection from dangerous behaviours, including abuse of tobacco, alcohol and drugs and sexual activity without contraceptives

Protection from passive smoking

Protection from exploitation and hazardous forms of child labour

Protection from abuse and neglect of children (Lerman 2000, pp. 2)

Promoting a healthy school environment conducive to physical and psychosocial well-being

Creating a safe environment in the home and community

The fight against inappropriate forms of marketing to children

Action Plan

Publication of leaflets, brochures, speeches in the press, on television and radio.

Classroom performance, the implementation of leadership training, conducting work in some societies of the type of "teenager - a teenager," ...
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