SOLID Nepal is implementing a project on “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Young People by their Empowerment” supported by Simavi, Netherland. The project is designed to intervene in Illam Municipality and Namsaling, Soyang, Naya Bazar, Pyang, and Jogmai VDCs of the district. Project duration is for 13 Months starting from January 2016 to February 2017.
The main objective of the program is to ‘Improved Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Young People in Illam. The program targets to reach the population of about 13000 young people including young brides and their husbands in the intervention cluster. However, other direct beneficiaries will be the parents/in-laws of young people, and community people (about 40,000) at large to whom the program will have the coverage through one to one interaction meeting or through other program activities including mass media campaign and culture/days celebrations.
The project intervention expects two separate outcomes to take place as a result which will lead to fulfillment of program objective. i. Increased safer sexual behaviours among young and ii. Increased utilization of SRHR services, and economic independence among young people
During the project period, these will be the activities:
i. Establishment and operation of Youth Information Centers
ii. Media advocacy
iii. Orientation to school principals and SMC members on CSE
iv. Training to teachers on comprehensive sexuality education
v. Sessions on CSE to students at schools
vi. Peer education sessions
vii. Supply of resources on SRHR to schools
viii. Orientation to DHO, HF In-Charge, HFOMC on YFHS
ix. Training to HW on YFHS
x. Strengthening HF for YFHS
xi. Strengthening schools for girls friendly following the safer school model
xii. Mapping of Organization related to livelihood programmes.
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