• Sexual & Reproductive Health Education

    Project Sex Education

My Question and Answer

My Question and Answer The service was developed to challenge the socio-cultural context, which limits young people’s ability to ask and discuss sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS issues.

Youth Friendly Health Services

Education as a Vaccine (EVA) and Advocates for Youth, USA created the ‘Expanding Youth-Friendly Health Services for Young People in Akwanga Project’ (YFS project) in order to improve the reproductive health outcomes of young people in Akwanga, Nassarawa State.

Out of School Youth Access to Sexual Health Education and Economic Strengthening project

The Out of School Youth Access to Sexual Health Education and Economic Strengthening (OASES) project was created to expand the use of new media and ICT to increase sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services in Niger State.

Female Out of School Youth Reproductive and Sexual Health Education

Sexual and Reproductive Health for who? FOR SHE! The FORSHE project targets female out-of-school youths with reproductive health education and referrals, as well as leadership and life skills to improve their overall sexual and reproductive health.

Married Adolescent Girls Initiative (MAGI)

In Nigeria, it has been estimated that 73% of girls are married by the age of 18. The goal of this project is to reduce the vulnerability of young married girls to HIV/AIDS by strengthening livelihoods and leadership capacities.

Youth Access to Reproductive Health (Y-Access)

Youth Access to Reproductive Health (Y-Access) is a project funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and implemented in partnership with the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), Education as a Vaccine (EVA), and the Society for Women Development and Empowerment of Nigeria (SWODEN).

ACT2015

The right to education is one of the fundamental rights of a child. The +OVC Education Campaign is an initiative that advocates for the educational needs of children who have been orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in the North-Central zone of Nigeria.