2nd Edition of the Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on sexual and reproductive health (SARSYC)

HOST : University of Johannesburg- Institutional Office for HIV and AIDS (IOHA): 12-16 July 2017

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About Conference

Organised under the theme, “Building a Business Case for a Solid Future: Promoting Access to Youth SRH Services and Commodities”, SARSYC 2 seeks to develop and articulate an agreed to roadmap to an attractive return on investment in young people's sexual reproductive health and rights for the Southern Africa region. The theme follows the cue from the African Union Commission 2017 Theme for youth - "Harnessing The Demographic Dividend Through Investments For Youths". SARSYC-SRH 2017 is thus strategically fashioned as a platform at which young people and students can co-create a business case to justify and argue for commitments and ...

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Note From The Conference Converner

Once again, I am honoured to provide leadership in convening the second edition of the Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on sexual and reproductive health Rights (SARSYC – SRHR). The inugural edition took place in Harare, Zimbabwe under the theme, “Youth SRHR and the Post-2015 Agenda: A Time to invest in young people to harness the demographic dividend in Southern Africa”. This second edition of the conference will be hosted by University of Johannesburg in South Africa from the 12th to the 16th of July 2017. It conference will be held under the theme......

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The road to ICASA begins at UJ

April 3, 2017

The Southern Africa Regional Students and Youth Conference on reproductive health is not merely a body that hears the challenges that young people face or gives them a platform to discuss their issues. Although these two elements of SARSYC are very important, they do not represent the whole picture of the conference. SARSYC seeks to […]

Understanding the Tracks at SARSYC 2017

March 14, 2017

The global target of zero new HIV infection by 2030 is often spoken about and many governments across have committed themselves to attaining its realisation. While this is all well and good, let us remember that zero new infections means that nobody regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation and profession must be vulnerable to HIV […]

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Highlight from SARSYC 2015

The final report of the Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on sexual and Reproductive Health (SARSYC) for 2015 edition is now available.

Please click here to access this report or download it

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Conference Date

12 July - 16 July 2017
University of Johannesburg- Institutional Office for HIV and AIDS (IOHA)

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