Training on Y-PEER Peer Education Model for Peer Educators in Gorkha district, Nepal

May 6, 2016

Training on Y-PEER Peer education model for PEER educators of older adolescents group was conducted according to cluster level cluster A, cluster B, cluster C and cluster D in Gorkha district. In cluster A there is six VDCs and one municipality whereas in all three cluster B, C and D there are six VDCs in each cluster.


In cluster A, there were 28 Peer educators from six VDC and one Municipality (2 girls and 2 boys

from each VDC) and 14 Social Mobilizers on the two venues during training period


In cluster B, there were a total of 36 participants including peer educators and social mobilizers.

In cluster C, there were altogether 36 participants including 2 Social Mobilizers and 4 Peer Educators (2 Boys and 2 Girls) from each VDC

In cluster D, there were altogether 36 participants, 2 Social Mobilizers and 4 peer educators (2 Boys and 2 Girls) from each VDC.

In 5 days TOT the following sessions were facilitated by the social mobilizers for the Peer educators.

  1. Making good decision
  2. Values clarification
  3. Goal identification
  4. The road of life
  5. Reproductive health
  6. Menstruation
  7. STI’s /HIV Aids
  8. Masturbation
  9. Wet dreams
  10. Contraceptives
  11. Risky behavior and management skill
  12. Drugs alcohol and other mind altering substances
  13. Peer pressure
  14. Communication skills

Objectives of Training:

  • To give detail information of program objectives.
  • To trained them and provide detail skills, knowledge regarding ASRH.
  • To make the Peer educators Skillful.
  • To address the expectation of Peer educators and to give more importance to the expectation of Peer educators in training.

Expectations of Peer Educators

  • To know detail about ASRH.
  • To become clear regarding Peer educators.
  • To be clear about the sexually transmitted disease.
  • To become skillful in the subject matter.
  • To develop their Presentation skills


  • Active participation of Peer educators.
  • Participants have got skills of facilitation.
  • Their understandings on ASRH and life skills issues have been cleared.
  • They have got knowledge on how to conduct sessions in school, community child clubs and youth clubs.
  • It has developed capacity for training conduction.
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