SARSYC 3rd Edition University Of Zambia 10th July - 13th July 2019

THEME: “Translating opportunities into action for the advancement of youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Southern African.”

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About UNZA

SARSYC 3RD Edition will be hosted by the University of Zambia in Lusaka from the 10th of July - 14th of July 2019.

SARSYC 3RD Edition

Southern African Regional Students & Youth Conference 3rd Edition will be hosted by the University of Zambia in Lusaka.

Highlights

SARSYC highlights from previous editions. In highlights we include documentaries, pictures & videos of all SARSYC events.​

SARSYC 3RD EDITION PARTNERSHIP AND DONOR PACKAGES

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SRH news and updates across Africa

30 October 2018

Nursing home for pregnant girls

Civil society organisation Saywhat has partnered Mlezu Agriculture College in Chiwundura to construct a nursing home to ensure that pregnant and nursing girls do not drop out of school.

Speaking at Mlezu graduation ceremony in Chiwundura, Saywhat executive director Mr Jimmy Wilford, who was the guest of honour, said the project was meant to complement Government efforts towards women empowerment through access to education as a tool for employability and informed participation in the socio-economic and political discourse.

SARSYC COUNTRY COORDINATORS

The inaugural edition of the conference was held in Harare, Zimbabwe in August 2015 and was attended by over 300 delegates representing eight countries including Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Swaziland and Lesotho.

Our History

YOUTH PLATFORM

Day Of The African Child

SAYWHAT commemorated the day of the African Child yesterday at Midlands State University under the this years theme: Leave no child behind for Africa’s development.

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MENSTRUAL HYGIENE DAY

Today we BREAK THE SILENCE, at home, work or school. Support women and girls in your life #MENSTRUATIONMATTERS . We join the world to Celebrate MENSTRUAL HYGIENE

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Web For Life Conference 2018

The Web for Life Conference which was graced by Hon Auxillia Mnangagwa, Minister of Women Affairs and Community Development Hon Stembiso G. Nyoni opened an

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OPPORTUNITIES

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YOUTH ARTICLES

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