As part of the follow-up activities on the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Ghana and stakeholder consultations at the start of a new framework agreement with RFSU, the team paid a visit to UNESCO Ghana office in Accra on Thursday 1st February 2018. The purpose of the meeting was partly to draw UNESCO Ghana’s attention to the outcome of the Geneva UPR on Ghana, in particular, the recommendations regarding the scale-up and implementation of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in the school curriculum. It was also partly to introduce the new partnership framework with RFSU to UNESCO Ghana, especially, the new five-year project titled “Evidence to Action: Sexual Health Education Advocacy Project (EA-SHEAP)”. The intermediate outcome of EA-SHEAP is that Ghana Education Service (GES) adopt and implement the national guidelines on CSE in basic and high schools by December 2022. The intervention will produce a plan and supportive evidence to assist the GES to adopt and implement a CSE program as an integrated curricular activity in basic and high schools in Ghana. Mr Carl Ampah, a National Programs Officer who received the team, was very happy with our visit and indicated UNESCO’s willingness to partner with local CSOs to implement CSE in the country. Mr Ampah also provided several contacts of other relevant stakeholders for the team to link up to work towards ensuring a successful implementation of the national guidelines on CSE. watch this space for more on EA-SHEAP.