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What About the Boys?

To put solutions into context, interventions require deeper understanding of the lives of adolescent boys in the urban slums of Bangladesh.

Rojib works as a human haulier driver in Dhaka and is the sole breadwinner for a family of four, including his newly wedded wife. 1,204 more words


Hope for SRHR of young people in Uganda.

Despite the challenges we have in the country there was great turn out for the first ever budgetary framework on the SRHR that took place yesterday at Imperial Royale Hotel, Kampala. 372 more words

Let’s Talk about the “S” Word

With the narrowing of the digital divide, people increasingly use the World Wide Web to acquire information on their health and wellbeing. In countries like Bangladesh, where shame and stigma still remain a major barrier to accessing information and services for sexual reproductive health (SRH), the Internet is serving as a platform for young people to find the information they need without fear of judgement. 750 more words


#SilenceIsDeadly Campaign Comes To Life Through Football.

An extraordinary turn of events was witnessed in Koboko District on 10th April. Two teams, one in green kit and the other in blue tussled out, in the words of James Awira, a local fan, “one of the most nail biting games this year”. 374 more words

Sexual and Gender Based Violence, SRHR and PMTCT Training.

There has never been an end to knowledge and with the support of AYARHEP we were able to have 30 girls trained on Sexual and Gender Based Violence towards our upcoming march during the 16 days of activism. 252 more words


Alumni Stories: Arisa

Relevance of Innovative Methodologies in Reaching Out: Reflections during the I3 Event for Voice Global Grantees

On 15 – 18 January 2018, Voice facilitated its Inclusion, Innovation, Indaba (I3) event. 834 more words

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