Tanzania Youth and Adolescent Reproductive Health Coalition (TAYARH)

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Tanzania Youth and Adolescent Reproductive Health (TAYARH) committed to enhancing advocacy capacity through the AFP SMART training to 40 youth-led organizations working on sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) and other issues such as HIV, environment, and agriculture, etc. Through the training of 40 youth-led organizations, the goal is to reach more than 3,000 additional young people in 16 regions. As a result, the 3,000 young people working in a variety of sectors will understand the need for and their right to access and use of contraceptives. They will work collaboratively on initiatives to increase awareness on the negative impact of teen pregnancy and improve the prevalence of youth friendly services in Tanzania.

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TAYARH Commitment 2017
TAYARH Commitment 2017

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