Youth Reproductive Health Program

The sexual developmental stage of the youth makes them vulnerable especially in the area of reproductive health. Indeed, the HIV/AIDs pandemic remains one of our toughest challenges facing young people between the ages of 14 and 24. They are particularly vulnerable because they often don’t know what to do to protect themselves
Accordingly, KESOFO runs the sport-based HIV/AIDs and sexual health awareness programmes to educate youth and enable them to protect themselves as well as their friends and family members. They hold sessions on responsible parenting and healthy relationships, including teen pregnancy and abortion.
Also KESOFO regularly organizes youth groups to undertake reproductive health activities, with the goal of enabling them to gain from the HIV/ AIDS prevention and counseling services. They also focus on providing general counseling for youth development in different aspects of life from family, school/college, workplace etc.