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 ...
There is an upsurge of new HIV infections in Southern Africa among young people, particularly women. According to UNICEF, the HIV prevalence among young women aged 15 to 24 years in Eastern and Southern Africa is 4.8 percent, which is two and a half times higher than among men of the same age. Why are […]
We bring you an exciting opportunity to be heard, to play your part and win in the safe abortions campaign key message development and advocacy competition running from the 16th to the 30th of September 2015. All you need to do is come up with your creative message, be it an image, audio, selfie […]
Many things in life begin with a choice. How do people make decisions? By weighing out the options. But what if they are not aware of all the options? Then the choice is limited or, in some instances, taken away from them and what follows is a life of comprises or bad decisions. Many parents, […]
Young people in Southern Africa, if you fancy yourself a good storyteller or you want to inspire others with your experiences, you can produce an opinion piece, a poem, a short story, a short video, an audio or, for the budding artists and photographers, images, and we will publish them on our SARSYC website youth […]
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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