ACT2015 is a long term youth social mobilization strategy, which includes political lobbying in key countries and support to youth organizations working on issues related to HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.
Young people in Nigeria have established a national youth alliance aimed at making youth-friendly HIV/AIDS and sexual and reproductive health services a priority for the Post-2015 development agenda. The alliance is advocating among national decision-makers and development partners to ensure that this priority is adequately addressed in intergovernmental negotiations on the Post-2015 development agenda and reflected in the Sustainable Development Goal
ACT2015 aims to build momentum, increase public pressure on political leaders and inspire action on youth priorities in national post-2015 frameworks and national AIDS responses. The goal is to reach out to the Nigerian leadership, community and religious leaders, in- and out-of-school young people, the academia, civil society and development partners, to ensure that HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health issues become a top priority in the Sustainable Development Goals and measurable indicators identified to allow the United Nations to monitor and report on progress accomplished by the Member States.
ACT2015 is a collaboration between The PACT and UNAIDS is implemented with the guidance of the UNAIDS Youth Advisory Forum.