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Generations of healthy and empowered young people (students, youth, adolescents and children) across Africa.

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Open Call for Visual Artists

Open Call for Visual Artists SAYWHAT is announcing an open call for visual artists interested in creating visual art portraying SRH challenges faced by young

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SAYWHAT in partnership with UB shall convene the 5th Edition of SARSYC from the 17th to the 19th of July 2024 in Gaborone, Botswana. The conference expects to host at least 200 delegates drawn from 8 Southern African countries representing diverse interests of young people, civic society organisations, researchers, academics as well as government and […]

Web for life Network

Web for Life Network is a movement of female students and young women who are leaders and advocates for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. The network is a safe space for young women and female students to actively advance the recognition, protection, and fulfilment of women’s human rights, in particular their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Mugota/Ixhiba Young Men`s Forum

SAYWHAT established a space for male students called the Mugota/Ixhiba Young men’s Forum. The name Mugota/Ixhiba has cultural connotation harnessing from the labelling of young men’s bedroom/hut as gota/ixhiba where young men could literally discuss their sexuality, dreams and how they envision themselves exercising masculinity and responsibility in life.