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Feel! Think! Act! Guide To Interactive Drama For Sexual and Reproductive Health With Young People

Feel! Think! Act! Guide To Interactive Drama For Sexual and Reproductive Health With Young People

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Great interactive drama activities for young people! Easily adapted to any number of situations and settings! Of course, its primary purpose is to help those working with young people needing to learn
about sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues and to gain skills in facilitating and using
interactive drama tools and
techniques.
Great interactive drama activities for young people! Easily adapted to any number of situations and settings! Of course, its primary purpose is to help those working with young people needing to learn
about sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues and to gain skills in facilitating and using
interactive drama tools and
techniques.

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Supporting community action on AIDS in developing countries
A guide to interactive drama for sexual and reproductive health with young people
FEEL! THINK! ACT!
 
Acknowledgements
This toolkit is the result of teamwork betweendrama and sexual and reproductive healthpractitioners from six countries.Botswana: Ross Kidd – consultant in participatoryeducation evaluation and research.Malawi: Family Planning Association of Malawi,Market Theatre Dowa.Mozambique: Viveremos, Aro Juvenil, CVM.UK: Gill Gordon – Senior Technical Advisor:Prevention, International HIV/AIDS Alliance.Zambia: Planned Parenthood Association ofZambia, Onolina Zulu, Twiza Mobile TheatreCompany, Kamoto Community Arts, NZP+,Africa Directions Theatre, Young Happy Healthyand Safe.Zimbabwe: Youth for Child in Christ, GrassrootsTheatre, Takudzwa Mukiwa – consultant in theatrefor development and sexual and reproductivehealth.The Alliance Regional Youth Programmeorganised an initial workshop and three interactivedrama workshops between 2004 and 2007. Theworkshops allowed us to explore the variousconcepts and practice of using theatre anddrama techniques for development and to shareinteractive drama activities for different purposes.We agreed on the content and approach of thetoolkit and based it on our discussions andactivities.We wish to acknowledge the ideas and creativityof the theatre and drama and participatorylearning and action practitioners who have beendeveloping this area of work over many yearsand in many countries. The resources on page186 list the key documents that we have usedin developing the toolkit. The tools describedin the toolkit are the result of the creativity andenthusiasm of many people and the originalsource of each tool is rarely known.© International HIV/AIDS Alliance, 2008Information contained in this publication may befreely reproduced, published or otherwise usedwithout permission from the International HIV/ AIDS Alliance. However, the International HIV/ AIDS Alliance requests that it be cited as thesource of the information.The production of this publication was madepossible through the support of DANIDA, Sidaand BUZA. The opinions expressed herein do notnecessarily reflect the views of this donor.To order Alliance publications, please go to
www.aidsalliance.org/publications
or email
publications@aidsalliance.org
Illustrations © Petra Röhr-Rouendaal 2007Designed by Jane Shepherd, UKPrinted by Dexter Graphics, UKPublished: March 2008Registered charity number 1038860ISBN: 1-905055-42-0
 
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Feel! Think! Act!
Index of tools 4Chapter 1 Using interactive drama in SRH work 6
About this toolkit 6How to use this toolkit 8What are the features and benefits of interactive drama? 9For what purposes can we use interactive drama? 10
Chapter 2 Working together safely on SRH 11
What is special about SRH? 11Working together safely on SRH 12Guiding rules on working together 13
Chapter 3 SRH knowledge and attitudes 20
Preparing ourselves 20SRH knowledge 22Attitudes 28Reducing stigma and discrimination 29
Chapter 4 How to facilitate interactive drama 34
TECHNIQUES FOR BUILDING PARTICIPATION
35Our attitudes and behaviour 35Our communication skills 37How to ask questions 38How to listen 40How to get everyone involved 42Using groups effectively 43How are people feeling? 44Using games 45
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