Objectives & Guiding Principles
Four strategic objectives guide our programming as follows:
1: Strengthen the capacity of key policy makers and service providers to utilise strategic data to influence policy and practice in SRHR, HIV and TB
2: Reduce gender, religious and cultural barriers to access to integrated SRHR, HIV, PMTCT and TB services by women and girls
3: Advocate for integrated SRHR and HIV services for young people and adolescents
4: Advocate for the rights of marginalised populations to access SRHR and HIV services.
As an organisation, we anchor ourselves on the following principles:
Leadership: our pool of expertise boasts skills in technical support, advisory services, community expertise, research and policy, and media development
Transformation: we catalyse and stimulate timely, demand-driven responses, as well as shape attitudes and beliefs for meaningful change
Networking and partnerships: collective responses can make a difference, so we thrive on relationship building and networking to transfer and share skills and practice
Communication and Social Media: we articulate our work through use of cutting edge technology, online and electronically, and through capturing best practices
Technical capacity enhancement: we continually strive to enrich our ability to fundraise, implement, document, evaluate and share our work.