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Scientific Work

SCIENTIFIC WORK

FOUR KOMAJA ORGANIZATIONS ARE MEMBERS OF THE WORLD ASSOCIATION FOR SEXUAL HEALTH (WAS)

The Komaja Foundation/Switzerland became a member of this eminent organisation, which promotes sexual health throughout the world, during the congress in Havanna/Cuba 2003.
At the 18th World Congress for Sexual Health in Sydney/Australia, the General Assembly of the World Association for Sexual Health accepted three more KOMAJA societies as members. These are:


KOMAJA Society for the Culture of Love, Cologne/DE
KOMAJA Society for the Development of Art of Living, Skopje/MK
KOMAJA Society for the Development of Love and Consciousness, Zagreb/CRO


In 2007 WAS won the official recognition of the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO). This is a major achievement for WAS and reflects their increasing international involvement and influence in promoting fundamental and critical sexual health issues throughout the world.
WAS promotes sexual health throughout the lifespan and through the world by developing, promoting and supporting sexology and sexual rights for all. 
World Association for Sexual Health: DECLARATION OF SEXUAL RIGHTS, adopted in Hong Kong at the 14th World Congress of Sexology, August 26, 1999.

WORLD CONGRESS FOR SEXUAL HEALTH – GLASGOW 2011

Poster I – Aba Aziz Makaja; Annina Sartorius, MA; Yvonne Zehnder, MD


«THE ORGASMIC WOMAN - A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR SEXUAL WELLBEING: RESULTS FROM THE FOLLOW UP STUDY»

Poster II – Annina Sartorius, MA; Aba Aziz Makaja; Yvonne Zehnder, MD


«GREATER BODY AWARENESS AND SEXUAL ENJOYMENT THROUGH THE EROTIC POWER TRAINING: RESULTS FROM THE TRAINING PROGRAM THE ORGASMIC WOMAN»

WORLD CONGRESS FOR SEXUAL HEALTH – GÖTEBORG 2009

Abstract I – Biljana Sazdanovska, «LOVE EROTIC AND SEXUAL EDUCATION OF KOMAJA IN MACEDONIA»

WORLD CONGRESS FOR SEXUAL – SYDNEY 2007

Poster I – Aba Aziz Makaja, «A MODEL OF A SEXUALLY HEALTHY SOCIETY»
Abstract I – Oliver Heil, «How to prevent unwanted ejaculation with the help of Komaja's methods: a retrospective Study»
Abstract II – Oliver Heil, «The Mental Health in people practicing Tantra: A long term study over 3 years»
Abstract III – Oliver Heil, «The Sexual Health of people practicing Tantra: A long term study over 3 years»
Abstract IV – Anja Gacic Bulicl, «How do the media react on new sexual paradigms?: Analysis from the south slavic area»
Abstract V – Aba Aziz Makaja, Yvonne Zehnder, Annina Sartorius, «The role of Self-Verbalization and resolving of Mind Patterns on the way to more Sexual Pleasure: Results from the new training Program The Orgasmic Woman»
Abstract VI – Aba Aziz Makaja, «A model of a sexually healthy society»
Abstract VII – Aba Aziz Makaja, Yvonne Zehnder, Annina Sartorius, «The Orgasmic Woman - a training Program for sexual wellbeing: Results from a new training Program»
Abstract VIII –Aba Aziz Makaja, Yvonne Zehnder, Annina Sartorius, «Case Studies of a new training Program: The Orgasmic Woman»