Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence
South East Europe
Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence is a comprehensive positive youth development and prevention programme for young people in grades 6-8. It teaches life and citizenship skills within a safe, caring, and consistent environment.
To engage students, families, the school, and community members in creating a learning community of caring relationships, high expectations for positive behaviors, and meaningful involvement.
To provide opportunities for young people to learn the essential skills needed to lead healthy and productive lives. To promote a safe, healthy approach to life, free from the harm of alcohol and other drug use.
To engage young people in the practice of good citizenship through cooperation and service to others.
To strengthen young people’s commitments to their families, positive peers, schools, and communities.
Skills for Adolescence South East Europe in numbers
Republic of Serbia
94 teachers trained on nationally adopted programme to reach over 1,800 students in 30 schools in Belgrade Municipalities Zvezdara, Novi Beograd, Mladenovac, Lazarevac, Palilula, Zemun.2
Republic of Montenegro
104 teachers trained on nationally adopted programme to reach over 1,500 students in 29 schools in Podgorica, Niksic, Cetinje, Danilovgrad, Spuz, Ulcinj, Bar, Kotor, Herceg Novi, Tivat, Budva.
95 teachers trained on nationally adopted programme to reach over 1,200 students in 57 schools in Skopje, Ohrid, Veles, Struga, Kavadarci, Tetovo, Bitola, Kumanovo.4
Bosnia and Hercegovina
75 teachers trained on nationally adopted programme to reach over 1,800 students in 27 schools in Sarajevo, Bijeljina, Tuzla, Orasje, Odzak, Srebrenik, Gracanica, Prozor, Stolac, Capljina.
90 teachers trained on nationally adopted programme to reach over 1,400 students in 41 schools in Osijek, Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, Split.