This documentary aims to highlight the work OAY has been doing to impact the lives of adolescents, the youth, young women, and the marginalized community and views from youth workers who have been implementing these projects, not leaving behind stakeholders who have played a key role in this project and also their perspective on what can be done to the youth to make sure the projects are well implemented.
Music provides a good platform to disseminate information. Artists also have the potential to create avenues for young people to engage creatively. Artists can also be impactful agents of change as well as influencers in the society. This video brought together young and upcoming artists from Homabay and key messaging was on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights. #SRHR
Call to action to Prioritize Youth-Friendly Services
Women Representative aspirants commiting to advocate for adolescent wellbeing during the Kisumu county 2022 race debate.
Advocating for Adolescent Wellbeing in Kisumu.
We engaged Out of school Adolescents on safe and supportive environment and got to hear their views.
OAY in partnership with NMS and with support from WHO conducted a two-day social mobilization, community dialogue, and COVID-19 Vaccination in Lucky Summer, Baba Dogo, and the surrounding areas in Ruaraka sub-county.
These are some of the expectations of our partners as we forge forward with our recently formed coalition of integration of nutrition and SRHR.
Organization of African Youth in partnership with Kisumu County Department of Health, with support from World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa, conducted a Mass Covid19 Vaccination Drive in Kisumu Central Sub County.
Violet a resident from Homabay speaks about access to contraceptives for adolescents and youth.
Stacy speaks on the importance of girls being knowledgeable about Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights especially at the community level.
Esther talks about the importance of having factual information about contraceptives early. She also highlights the dangers of getting such information through online platforms because it can be misleading.
A youth from Rangwe Sub-County in Homabay tells us her views on #WhatIWishIKnew on contraceptive use.
This certificate is proudly presented to Organization of African Youth for having been assessed and found to be in conformance to NPO/C 2021-2029 Certified Operation Standard.