The Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on sexual and reproductive health (SARSYC) will be held under the theme, YOUTH SRHR AND THE POST2015 AGENDA: A TIME TO INVEST IN YOUNG PEOPLE TO HARNESS THE DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. The theme of the conference is founded primarily on the proposed incoming Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the post 2015 development agenda and informed by the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).The year 2015 marks the end of the lifeline of the MDGs and marks the beginning of the SDGs; hence the conference will focus on calling the young people from ...
A reflection on the current state of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) advocacy for youth at National and Regional level in Southern Africa shows that much still needs to be done when it comes to creating awareness and calling for changes to the existing laws which hinder youths and sexual minorities from enjoying their […]
Title: Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference (SARSYC) Volunteer Country Coordinators. Overview: Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference (SARSYC) is a regional platform for young people and partners working on SRH to coordinate and have one voice on young people’s sexual and reproductive health matters. Currently, the planning for the second edition of […]
In response to a growing concern about women and girls’ health and well being in Southern Africa, Hivos Southern Africa is hosting a regional caucus aimed at igniting action in the region. The meeting will take place at the fourth Women Deliver Global Conference to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark on Thursday May 19 at […]
This is the Advocacy Note with key recommendations and resolutions that were made during the first edition of the Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on SRH (SARSYC) The SARSYC team believes you are all key stakeholders in the implementation and realisation of these conference outcomes as we move towards collective action in achieving […]
The final report of the Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on sexual and Reproductive Health (SARSYC) for 2015 edition is now available.
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July 2017University of Johannesburg- Institutional Office for HIV and AIDS (IOHA)
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