Our SRHR program includes a skilling program where we train vulnerable adolescent girls and young women in making reusable sanitary pads both for themselves and also for selling as an alternative of earning income. We also fundamentally focus on changing social norms and values that limit access to SRHR services and information through designing effective communication strategies and campaigns to create awareness and mitigate sexual health risks among the young people today.
PHF’s strength further lies in the elaborate network of partners that are inclusive key players in the field of SRHR as well as volunteers. Our program interventions basically emphasize on inclusiveness and non discrimination/stigma with the aim of bringing forth and raising voices of young key population groups to be heard and integrated in programs and decision making that matters to their health and well being. We specifically emphasize on building the knowledge base of adolescent girls and young women from vulnerable populations about their sexual reproductive health needs and gender equality issues in a bid to help them make right and informed choices about their health and positively influence their peers.
Through community dialogues, we promote gender equity and equality through advocacy and promotion of respect for women and girl rights, prevention of sexual and gender based violence and elimination of all forms of teenage pregnancies and child marriages.