Little kids have big questions, and AMAZE Jnr. offers parents age-appropriate sexual education resources that they can use to talk to their children aged 4-9. Some parents find it difficult to teach their children about their bodies, so the series gives them options, including fun videos to watch with them.

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Meet Karabo, a vibrant young schoolgirl who is living with HIV. Like many people in her situation, Karabo struggles with whether she should disclose her status – and if so, to whom? The video was commissioned for the Eastern and Southern Africa regions.

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The coronavirus pandemic has left children bewildered and scared. This video is aimed at soothing some of those fears by explaining the need for social distancing as well as practising good hand hygiene. It was commissioned for the Eastern and Southern Africa regions.

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Created for tweens – those between the ages of 10 and 14 – who have probably started to experience puberty and some of the changes that take place during this time. While straight-talking when it comes to the facts, the series of more than 60 videos also features a good injection of humour.

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Everyone has a gender identity—a feeling or sense of being male, female or somewhere in between. Sometimes people’s gender identity matches their bodies, and sometimes it does not.

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Puberty in girls can start as early as age 8 and as late as 13 or 14, but eventually everyone goes through it. Beginning menstruation, often called getting your period, is a normal part of going through puberty for girls.

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The initials HIV and the acronym AIDS are often used together leading people to believe they are the same thing when in reality they are different. HIV is the virus that can cause AIDS, and AIDS is the illness that can occur later when the immune system is no longer able to fight off infections…

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