A Southern Africa where students and youth enjoy their full sexual and reproductive health rights
SAYWHAT seeks to enhance the capacity of students and youth in Zimbabwe and the region to lead healthy lives.
To fulfil the mission, SAYWHAT'S work is centred on the following key deliverables
Efficiency, Inclusivity, Integrity, Responsiveness & Professionalism
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Since inception, SAYWHAT has implemented numerous projects that sought to address SRH concerns of students in tertiary institutions and young people in general. Targeting and population segmentation reflects a conscious acknowledgement of the centrality of students and youth in society. Students in tertiary institutions are particularly critical as opinion leaders as well as key socio-economic and political actors.
Programmes implemented by the institution since its inception have focused on the numerous key themes in SRHR which range from Youth Friendly Service Provision, Advocacy, Disability, Positive Living among students and young people, Gender Equity and Equality, and HIV Prevention among other themes. To date, SAYWHAT has implemented at least 26 dedicated interventions for students and young people.
The National Students Conference (NSC) has become synonymous with the creation of an interface between students and policymakers. Furthermore, National Students Conferences have been safe spaces to review and realign initiatives meant to strengthen the
SAYWHAT’s 10th edition of the National Students’ Conference will host the Web for Life Symposium which is a platform for female students to converse on their unmet Sexual and Reproductive Health needs. The symposium will
The Mugota young people’s forum is a haven for young men to meet and have conversations with regards to their sexual reproductive health. The engagement of young men in gender and SRH programming has mixed