Objectives of the Program

The main objective of the sexual reproductive health program is enhancing the knowledge, skill and attitude of youth & adolescents on sexual and reproductive health; leading to behavioral change which enables young people to make evidence based and informed decisions with responsible choices.

The sexual reproductive health department has different projects under it, such as

·         I can, but I won’t-I decide funded by ICCO corporation

·         Sexual reproductive health for informed decision, funded by David and Lucile Packard foundation,

·         Technical backstopping to organizations such as

o    Save the children to promote youth focused CSE under the Keep it real project; and

o    Kinderpostzegels to reduce Female Gentile Mutilation (FGM) and Early Marriage (EM) through comprehensive sexuality education to targeted primary schools.

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