Let’s start a youth quake

All adolescents need a helping hand to walk healthy, happy, confident and safe pathways to adulthood. 

SAT is a youth-centred organisation dedicated to gender-equal youth health

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Stories

ACTIVATING FOR CHANGE

Twenty year-old Grace from Malawi didn’t think of herself as a leader or change maker. But after training on advocacy and youth participation, Grace has realized her potential and is pushing her way forward. Read her story

YOUTH DEMAND SERVICES

Botswana has just over 2 million people and 35% of them are under the age of 15. Meeting the need for modern contra-ceptives for adolescents and young people is critical to achieving their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
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CHILD BRIDE GETS A BRIGHTER FUTURE

Chenai is a 17-year old from Zimbabwe who was married to a much older man when she was just 14. With the support of a SAT partner, she was able to access the health services she needed and return to school.
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PRIDE IN THE COMMUNITY

In rural Zambia, a lack of information and patchy health services has led to teen pregnancies, child marriages and growing levels of violence against adolescent girls and young women, so increasing HIV infection and school dropout rates. SAT partners are working to change this.
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from pupa to butterfly

21-year-old Crystal didn’t understand how she became HIV positive and struggled to accept her status. When she joined an Active Citizen Club, her life changed and she blossomed into a butterfly.
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Ashley gets her groove back

When Ashley found out she was HIV positive, she thought she was being punished for something she didn’t do. Learning more about her health and rights helped Ashley to start planning for her future.
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