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Fundamental Principles

Universal Human Rights

We believe in the equality, dignity, and universal human rights of all individuals, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, religion, age, or any other characteristic.

Equitable Access

We defend equitable access to quality sexual and reproductive health services, including information, education, contraceptive methods, prenatal and postnatal care, and safe and legal abortion services.

Comprehensive Education

We advocate for comprehensive sexual education that is inclusive, accurate, scientific, free from prejudice, and accessible to all individuals, from childhood to adulthood.

Youth Empowerment

We promote the empowerment of young people to make informed and autonomous decisions about their sexual and reproductive health, as well as to actively participate in shaping policies and programs that affect them.

Social Justice

We commit to addressing structural inequalities and social determinants of health that disproportionately affect certain communities, including marginalized, discriminated against, or excluded individuals.

Global Collaboration

We recognize the importance of working in collaboration with organizations, governments, academic institutions, communities, and other stakeholders at the local, national, and international levels to promote sexual and reproductive health.

Priority Actions


Advocating for policies and laws that protect and promote the sexual and reproductive rights of all individuals, especially young people and marginalized groups.


Raising awareness and educating the community on issues related to sexual and reproductive health, challenging stigmas, and promoting acceptance and respect.


Organizing campaigns for the prevention and management of sexually transmitted diseases, as well as unwanted pregnancies, including access to contraceptive methods and reproductive health services.


Supporting research and data collection related to sexual and reproductive health, in order to inform evidence-based policies and programs.

Our young leaders

Alice Mkamganga


Epus Alan


Hope Omanyala


Ratemo Enock



Amref Salud África


Federación Planificación Familiar SEDRA


Amref International University


Sexpol Fundation