The summit is envisaged to be an annual national SRHR platform for young people to discourse, engage stakeholders and also share ideas on how Youth SRHR can be effectively implemented to help achieve desired health outcomes.

Summit Flyer
Summit Flyer

The summit would particularly seek to explore the issue of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), discussing the proposition that CSE should be introduced into the school curriculum. The theme for the summit is “Activating Youth SRHR Voices for Change” and it’s scheduled for June 8-9, 2016 at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Centre, Teshie- Accra.

There is a call for contributions from interested individuals and organisations for poster and/or oral presentations.

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The presentations are expected to cover planned or executed research or project initiative(s) carried out by the applicant based on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV), Youth Empowerment, Connecting the dots, Understanding youth SRHR policies, Are public and private health facilities friendly to young people?, Ears to the ground; when the media speaks about SRHR, Talking about sex in the digital age! Has anything changed? and SRHR Innovation Hub.

About 300 participants are expected at the summit.

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