Creating a

safe space

for Conversations on

sexual & reproductive health

Hello! :)

Welcome to X ed Malaysia

We aim to create a safe space for
conversations on sexual and
reproductive health and rights (SRHR),
including Comprehensive Sexuality
Education (CSE) in our community,
especially between parents and children,
and young couples.

We design, produce and implement easy-to-use,
evidence-based, and affordable educational tools, materials and interventions for Malaysians to engage in positive and meaningful conversations on sexual and reproductive health.

In an effort to ensure the sustainability of our work, we also support organisations in implementing SRHR research, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), report writing, as well as social media work (e.g. copywriting and copyediting work).

 
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What we do 

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Sex Ed for Parents

Discover ways to start the 'sex ed' conversation at home and how it can protect your children and keep them safe.

Parents can learn more about age-appropriate 'sex ed' and
it's definitely not about teaching your children to have sex!

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Sex Ed for Young People

Have a question about sex ed or sexual and reproductive health? 

 

We also organise age-appropriate Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) sessions for young people.

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Safe Space for
Sex Ed & SRH
Conversations

If you're looking for or want to create a safe space for SRH conversations, discover useful skills and take the first steps together here.

Find out how to have a 'healthy' sexual and reproductive health.

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SRH
Beta Testers

Be one of the Firsts to test and experience our new training sessions and educational materials, and join our cohort survey!

This way, you can also help contribute to the SRH cause to reduce baby dumping, unintended pregnancies etc. and grow together in this  SRH journey.

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Sexual & Reproductive Health and Social Research

We conduct SRH, health and social research for NGOs, social enterprises and any groups who would like to inform and enhance their project and programmes. 

These include: planning, data collection, analysis, monitoring & evaluation, rapporteuring of health events/meetings.