• Our target groups

    Our work is aimed at changing the lives of both unmarried adolescents and youths (10-24 years) and married couples (15-29 years), and providing them with opportunities to complete secondary education, train in skills, and develop self-confidence and agency so that work towards realising their full potential and have a better quality of life.



    We believe that a socio-ecological approach is necessary to catalyse and sustain normative change. Accordingly, our interventions target the determinants of poor health, education and gender inequality present at individual, family, community, and system levels in a synergistic way.

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    Unmarried young people  

    We work with unmarried young people in schools and community settings to promote and ensure

    • Positive health, nutrition & lifestyle awareness and practice

    • Understanding of gender and rights issues

    • Secondary education

    • Life skills development

    • Digital literacy & IT skills training

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    Married young people  

    We work with married young women, their spouses, and families to promote and ensure

    • Secondary education for young married women.

    • Digital literacy and IT skills training for young married women and men.

    • Reproductive health, family planning and child nutrition for young married couples.