Change Story Kenya

Change Story Kenya

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In 2018, 30% of the people receiving services through Bridging the Gaps (BtG) were under the age of 24. This data highlighted the urgent need for BtG to identify, document and share good practices to engage and develop sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and HIV programing for young key populations. Many networks of young people are in their infancy and while they are the experts in their own experience they lack meaningful linkages to other youth-led networks. Thereby they are missing out on shared learning’s about new innovative ideas and programs that directly suit the current needs of young people. GNP+ and Y+ Global worked together to conceptualize Young, Wild and Free whose purpose was to connect to different youth networks together to facilitate learning and sharing best practices. This change story highlights: what the situation was before and what we have been trying to achieve during the implementation of the BtG programme.

Change Story Kenya

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