Youth-led campaigning, speaking out, taking creative action and engaging governments, global institutions and corporations to end AIDS by 2030.
Reducing the vulnerability of out of school adolescent girls to HIV and AIDS, unplanned pregnancy, gender-based violence, and child marriage by providing training on sexual health and rights, making livelihoods and reclaiming their agency and confidence.
Fighting misinformation online to stop the spread of dangerous false information during the covid-19 pandemic.
Training young people to conduct and lead research projects, collecting evidence, and documenting youth needs, challenges, and aspirations in seven African countries to influence livelihoods and employment policy.
Committed to testing and developing new ways of doing development that are truly led by young people and their communities because when communities lead, development succeeds.
Working with communities to improve the lives of the LGBTIQ community, and reduce the discrimination they face.
Volunteers working with local communities to improve access to water, sanitation and hygiene, sexual and reproductive health and rights and economic opportunity
Providing financial literacy training for girls and young women, in and out of school; increasing confidence and prospects and reducing HIV and financial insecurity.
Supporting young people to collect data and drive community-centred change.
Improving Sierra Leone’s ability to raise, allocate and account for the use of public funds so that they can be invested in services such as education health and economic growth.