Smart Young People (SYP) Project supports both girl and boy child in and out of school with information on sexual
reproductive health education.
The project was launched in February 2015 and its running to date. SYP seeks support to advocate, educate and
support young people with information on sexual reproductive health (SRH) by conducting trainers of trainees in
different five districts (Luwero, Wakiso, Arua, Jinja and mukono district). The Project benefits: Girl child, Boy child,
Parents and Teachers.
The project involves the local leaders, parents, guardians, community based organizations. The project reaches youth
directly and indirectly through social media, answering online questions for young people who seek advice on SRH.
Women’s Health Foundation (WHF) is currently conducting community workshops on sexual health mainly focusing on contraception, HIV and STDs awareness, personal hygiene, support and advise young people to seek for services in case of STDs. We are also working with community leaders, parents, teachers and community based organizations in the same line of business.
1. Contraception methods
2. Personal Hygiene
3. Sexual transmitted diseases (STDs) especially HIV awareness and others
4. Career guidance
5. Teenage Pregnancy
Time frame:: 2015-2019
Geographical Area:- Uganda
The densely populated districts and rural districts of Uganda that is Luwero district, Wakiso district, Jinja district,
mukono district and Arua district will be our main focus.