In today’s changing world, growing up isn’t always easy. But sexuality education can make this journey easier, helping young people to get the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy choices about relationships and sexuality.

China has witnessed rising HIV infections amongst young people. Today, youth representatives are fighting for change, marking Chinese Valentine's day by encouraging adolescents to learn about safe sex.

On July 26, 2014 at Samora Stadium in Iringa, Southern Highlands, Tanzania, crowds of young people joined Iringa regional authorities, the Tanzania Commission for HIV/AIDS (TACAIDS), UN officials, USAID/PEPFAR partners, community service organizations, and other stakeholders to mark the launch of Shuga Radio, a radio serial drama designed to promote HIV testing and counseling (HTC) and post-test services and encourage correct and consistent condom use among youth people aged 15-24 years.