Ensuring Gender Equality Remains Central focusing on:

  • Women, young women and adolescent girls in- and out-of-school, in rural settings and cities, to have access to information on their rights and responsibilities and build agency to advocate for their own rights and position themselves strategically to influence family, societal and policy spheres to recognise their rights to SRH; and

 

  • Men and young men engaged as partners, steering their support for greater control and access to resources and access to SRH services for the benefit of women and girls. By building gender transformed agency/ attitudes/ beliefs among young men as future partners/ husbands, and community leaders; a key shift from gender-based discrimination will be realised, facilitating reduction of SRH rights violations for women and girls.