Our Sexual Reproductive Health Project-SRHR project is a three-year project which runs from 2022 to 2025. It targets adolescents and youth between 10 to 24 years old, their parents, teachers, health service providers, community leaders, key county departments, and other stakeholders in matters of SRHR in Kilifi County, specifically in Kilifi South and Chonyi Sub-Counties. The aim of the project is to sustainably contribute to the reduction of teenage pregnancy and improving access to sexual reproductive health and rights information and services among adolescents and youth.

The project aims to achieve the following four outcomes: 

  1. Adolescents and youth have improved their knowledge on SRHR, life skills, and gender justice issues and are empowered to make informed decisions. 
  2. Adolescents and youth have improved access to and have increasingly used youth-friendly SRHR services in their area.
  3. Community members and parents are aware of the needs of young people in relation to SRHR and demonstrate a positive attitude toward supporting young people.
  4. Support advocacy and multisectoral coordination to address gender issues and the SRHR needs of adolescents and youth.

Project activities are designed to target:

  • In- and out-of-school adolescents and youth
  • Parents
  • Community leaders
  • Healthcare providers
  • County leadership

Milestones achieved so far

  • Baseline study and launch event
  • Establishment of school clubs
  • Training of youth mentors, mentor parents, community resource people, and health workers
  • Establishment, setting up, and equipment of youth-friendly corners
  • Stakeholders’ engagement at the grass-roots, sub-county, and county levels
  • Participation in county technical working groups and international days
  • Engagement of adolescents and youth through peer-to-peer learning and debate competitions
  • Engagement of parents and community leaders on matters of improving the sexual reproductive health of adolescents and youth.
  • Production and distribution of educational communication materials
  • Supported youth to establish youth groups within the project catchment area.
  • Menstrual hygiene management through the provision of sanitary towels, pads, and underwear.
  • Radio Talk shows on Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights-related matters

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