Communities taking control over their own health

Communities taking control over their own health

Self-care increases the agency of one’s health. It can enable communities to prevent, diagnose and treat health issues in a private manner when and where it suits them best. Together with partners, we have built multiple (digital) self-care and health solutions that meet the need for accessibility, anonymity, and user-friendliness of SRHR/HIV information and services.

What does it look like? Here's how:

You(th)Care Programme

Young people advocate for and practice self-care for their SRHR needs, including products such as the Dapivirine ring and self-injectable contraceptives. In Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya, we expect 325.000 young people to benefit.

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Stepped Care Model for Sexual Health

With over 10 years of success in the Netherlands, the innovative self-care model has expanded to South Africa, Kenya, Mozambique and Indonesia. We convene government, academia, civil society and others and co-create evidence-based SRHR content together with young people, all centred around engaging youth brands.

How else do we shift the power?

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