Youth Engage on Adolescent Health (YEAH!) program uses a peer to peer model to train Youth Leaders with information on Sexual reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and equip them with skills to engage in peer learning and service linkage.

The Global Partnership of Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) supports YEAH! through the “Advocate for Change toolkit” to enhance adolescent and youth advocacy on their health and well-being by engaging with policy makers to make commitments on the health of young people especial adolescent girls and young women.

UNAIDS supports YEAH! through the 2gethr4SRHR project which aims at strengthening effective referral systems on HIV, Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and SRHR through the YEAH! peer to peer approach community engagement through transformational community dialogues in Mulanje, Nkhatabay and Mangochi.

UNESCO supports YEAH! to coordinate and run a campaign that informs young people and school administrators in Machinga, Nkhatabay and Mchinji on Ending Early Unintended Pregnancy (EUP) and advocates for the implementation of Re- admission policy in schools for adolescent girls.

Other Projects:

African Monitor works with HeR Liberty to conduct citizen hearings and engage in advocacy engagements with Local Government Administrators and local leaders in Rumphi, Balaka and Lilongwe.

HIVOS –  HeR Liberty under the She Decides regional Alliance has been implementing a project called Youth Engage and Take Action for SRHR (YHA!) in Dowa, Ntchisi and Lilongwe to mobilize, build capacity and amplify voices of young people in Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Kenya to advocate for and demand from policy makers and duty bearers for improved access to quality and youth friendly contraceptive services.


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