Our History

The Southern African Regional Students and Youth Conference on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SARSYC -SRH), is an emerging, student-led, regional platform centred on a biennial event first staged in Harare, Zimbabwe in August 2015. The overarching goal of SARSYC is to engineer a regional reflection, sharing, and planning platform based on students in Southern Africa’s encounters with SRH policy and programming practices in their countries. Thus SARSYC strategically fashioned as a platform at which students and young people can co-create a business case to justify and argue for commitments and improved access to Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) services and commodities for the young people of Southern Africa.

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