We aim to strengthen young people’s engagement with policy-making at local, national, regional and international levels through a number of programmes.
Community-based intervention on increasing awareness on health and hygiene, leadership opportunities, and understanding citizenship for young people in low-resource settings.
Peer education programme on building young people's technical capacities to access unbiased, evidence-based information on gender, sexuality, health and rights.
A project on de-stigmatising mental health problems, developing awareness about mental health and the need for mental well-being among young people and adolescents.
A project that uses youth-led audits to assesses the youth-friendliness of health services, like contraceptives, testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections/HIV, Right to Information, etc. in public and private health-care facilities.
A project that works with young men and boys on gender-based violence (GBV) by questioning patriarchal notions and norms of masculinity.