Adolescents display sexual behaviours and developmental characteristics that place them at risk for Sexually Transmitted Diseases STDs. Because young people experiment sexually and because of the consequences of indiscriminate sexual activities on the youth, there is the need to mount sex education programmes that are geared towards enlightenment and appropriate education about sex and sexuality.
To determine whether Sex Education Intervention Programme would reduce at-risk sexual behaviours of school-going adolescents. A randomly selected co-educational school in Ilorin Metropolis, Nigeria. Sex Education Programme treatment group versus Control programme placebo.
Self-reported exposure to sexually transmitted diseases, multiple sex partners, anal sex, alison star bondage sex, non use of condom. When the treatment intervention group was compared with the control group in an intention to treat analysis, there were significant differences in at-risk sexual behaviours of the two groups.
Those in the intervention group reported less at-risk sexual behaviours than their counterparts in the control group. The treatment group evaluated the intervention programme positively and their knowledge of sexual health improved.
Lack of behavioural effect on the control group could be linked to differential quality of delivery of intervention.
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