In February, Bali WISE organized a workshop for the 13 students of intake 45 (Hospitality and Life Skills Education), called Women’s Reproductive Health: Puberty and Reproductive System. The workshop was directed by Ms. Ananti on the Bali WISE campus.
To Prevent Health Risks
The purpose of the workshop was to explain to the Bali WISE students the basic knowledge of physical changes during puberty and how the women’s reproductive system works. By enhancing their knowledge of the female body, young women become more aware of health risks and how to prevent early pregnancy.
Short Film by a Gynaecologist
Ms. Ananti started with a brief introduction about the definition of women’s puberty. She then showed a short film by a gynecologist, who explained how women’s menstruation takes place in the female body. Ms. Ananti also explained the reproductive organs of women and their functions, to have the students become familiar with the names of their own sexual organs and recognize the differences in function.
The workshop was followed by a Q&A session. Bali WISE students were actively asking and keen to learn about this part of their body.