There is limited access to accurate and reliable information on sexual and reproductive health available among Kenyan young people that can empower them to make informed choices and decisions. This is compounded by barriers to access reproductive health services.
Limited access to information, safe SRHR commodities and services contribute to unwanted pregnancies, teen pregnancies, unsafe abortion, sexual violence, early marriage, school dropouts and sometimes death as a result of unsafe reproductive health choices. The policy environment does not favor full access to safe and timely SRHR information and services.
TICAH knows that information is power. We provide young people, women and girls with accurate information on SRHR and referrals to safe and reliable services. We work with like minded, reliable partners to advocate for the enactment and implementation of SRHR policies that ensure young people, women and girls access safe and reliable information and services to enable them make informed choices and decisions.
Sharing correct information and facilitating open and safe discussions about sexual and reproductive health with young people
Facilitating open and safe discussions about sexual and reproductive health with community health volunteers and other community leaders to increase positive health outcomes and access to safe services
A toll-free sexual and reproductive health and rights counseling hotline accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in English and Swahili
A pan-Africa movement of activists working to share evidence-based and stigma-free information about sexual and reproductive health and rights
Working towards policies to support access to healthy choices and comprehensive and accurate sex education
With your support, TICAH will continue to provide reliable, safe SRHR information to young people.