Sexual and Reproductive Health
Sexual and reproductive health is a key dimension in the overall health of individuals and populations. Good sexual and reproductive health implies that people can make their own decisions about sexuality and reproduction, that they have access to information on family planning, sexually transmitted diseases and the contraception methods of their choice.
Moreover, improving sexual and reproductive health means that people should profit from health services that allow them to enjoy a secure pregnancy, safe delivery and a healthy child. Swiss TPH concentrates its sexual and reproductive health activities around three major areas: adolescence, community focus and a life course and development perspective.
Jeune S3 - Santé, Sexualité, Sécurité
The Jeune S3 Programme (2016-2020) enables accessibility to youth friendly health services and therefore improves adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health in Cameroon, Central Africa Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Health specialists of Swiss TPH lead the operations research and the evaluation components across all the countries involved and offer managerial and technical inputs to Sexuality Education in DRC. The programme is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and managed by a consortium led by the NGO Cordaid. Read more