In order to truly accelerate progress in AYSRHR, and to safeguard the gains made in AYSRHR, SAT collaborates extensively with government departments, CSOs, youth leaders and youth-led organizations, UN agencies and regional economic communities at all times.  SAT is also a member of various regional and global bodies and sits in various technical working groups where it lobbies and advocates for young people and their SRHR needs.

SAT has Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), since July 2021.

We also sit on:

  • The 10-person African Union Commission Civil Society Reference Group advising the AUC on the continental End Child Marriage Campaign
  • the SADC Technical Working Group for the SADC SRHR Strategy & Scorecard

in addition, we are members of:

  • The UN Global Partnership Forum on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE);
  • The African Union sub cluster on education for health and wellbeing (coordinated by The AU Science, Technology, and Information Division, in partnership with UNESCO.
  • The UHC 2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism
  • The African Grants Makers Affinity Group (AGAG);

A list of our collaborations with national governments  includes: