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Women and men reached with sexual reproductive health information

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Community members and leaders engaged towards a supportive SRHR environment

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Health care Providers trained on essential service provision towards increased access to SRHR services

Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Alliance Kenya

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The SRHR Alliance in Kenya is a coalition of 19 civil society organizations and institutions working to promote the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people and women in Africa, Asia and the Europe. The alliance was first established in the Netherlands in 2010. In Kenya the alliance brings together 17 organizations comprising of Africa Alive (AA) , AMREF Health Africa,Anglican Development Services (ADS) Nyanza ,

OUR VISION AND MISSION

Vision

"Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights For All."

Mission

"To harness strategic partnerships that promote sustainable realization of SRHR for young people, women and marginalized groups that contribute to empowerment and sustainability of communities."

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NARRATIVES FROM FGM SURVIVORS

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1 months ago

NARRATIVES FROM FGM SURVIVORS

Survivors speak: Women leading the movement to end FGM, amplifying voices for change.

WHY WE NEED CSE NOW.

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1 months ago

WHY WE NEED CSE NOW.

vidence from various studies on the value of comprehensive sexuality education in young people’s lives is very clear and convincing. Over the years, a growing number of governments have committed to deliver Comprehensive sexuality education and Youth friendly

world health day 2019

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1 months ago

world health day 2019

According to Census 2009, young people below the age of 25 constitute 66% of the total population in Kenya. Adolescents on the other hand, make up 24% of the country’s total population (9.2 million). Unfortunately,

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