The project aims to open up spaces where participants learn and contribute to awareness of Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) through a selection of activities. These range from debates, workshops to actions research. The participants will also learn about diversity within cultures and leadership.
For the partners, the exchange programme will strengthen the internal capacity to conduct efficient advocacy and strengthen their existing SRHR programmes. Central to this exchange is what is called a Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) strategy. Both organisations will use the exchange to strengthen their CSEs. For the partner YUWA in Nepal, they will train peer educators on delivering sessions in public schools in Kathmandu. Both partners will work on enhancing the internal knowledge on how to use social media in Sexual Education, The participants will also gain new knowledge about SRHR advocacy in general.