Speak Out for Youth project promotes access to youth friendly sexual and reproductive health information, services and rights in Tanzania.
The project intends to address reproductive health issues affecting youth and these are sexually transmitted infections, unwanted pregnancy, early pregnancy and unsafe abortion.
- To establish sexual and reproductive health clubs in secondary schools. To have 20000 club members by December 2015.
- To use different media platforms to raise awareness on sexual and reproductive health.
- To support a youth events and competitions that will raise awareness on sexual and reproductive health.
- To build a youth friendly health centre in Tanga district that will offer counselling, family planning service and STI treatment and HIV/AIDs testing………
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