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Sex education in schools is of paramount importance as it equips students(age 8-21) with the needed tools to become better citizens. Previous studieshave shown that CSE programs promote a better quality of life as theyadvocate for gender equality and promote sexual and reproductive health(Comprehensive Sexuality Education, n.d.). Lebanon, however, lacks acomprehensive program. The lack of such a program contributes to aknowledge disparity and perpetuates the social taboo surrounding sextopics, hindering the promotion of gender equality, sexual & reproductivehealth, and overall well-being among young individuals.



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