Objectives of the Workshop
- To equip the trainer of trainers (ToT) Sexual Reproductive Health (SRHR) information and advocating skills
- To equip the ToT with skills to orient YPISA champions on the community referral system (CRS)
- Orient YPISA champions on how to conduct radio listening sessions.
- To own the KKA (rights in your pocket) booklet, know your constitution, know your rights and be able to demand the services and be able to assist others.
- To be able to develop the capacity of ToT’s ability to monitor and evaluate the programmes.
Which Reproductive Rights do we focus on?
The reproductive rights mentioned by the children include
- The right to say NO to sex before marriage
- The right to privacy and confidentiality when receiving care or services
- The right to choose whether to get married or not
- The right to information on sexual and reproductive health
The following SRH rights were also added to the discussion:
- The right to have control over fertility
- The right to continuity of services
- The right to be treated with dignity and respect when receiving health care
- The right to express views on the services provided and to complain about unsatisfactory health services.
- The right to gender equality.
- The right to make free, informed choices in matters relating to sexual experience and sexual pleasure