Talking about sexuality and rights is not easy for young people. Talking about sexuality and rights in fragile and conflicted areas is even harder. The Jeune S3 program believes that access to information and services about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) is a fundamental right for every young person to live a healthy life and make free, secure choices for their futures.
The Jeune S3 program aims to ensure that young people (including the most marginalized and vulnerable populations – especially girls between the ages of 10 and 14) are able, motivated and have the opportunity to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and that their sexual and reproductive rights are respected. We work with and for young people as they are the main actors of their own lives. By 2020, Jeune S3 aims to reach 1,5 million young people via health and rights education sessions.
Read our brochure to get to know how do we do it. The first download is in English and the second is in French.