SRHR AFRICA TRUST

 #Youth-Led Health #SRHR4All #AdolescentSRHR

Changing the SRHR landscape
           & uprooting gender inequality

ABOUT US

SRHR Africa Trust (SAT) supports adolescents and young people in southern Africa to walk healthy, happy,
confident & safe pathways to adulthood.

We’re a 32-year-old NGO and network of activists, NGOs, and supporters, focused on young people, SRHR, and the drivers of adolescent health and wellness. All our programming is with young people and through young people, and our Youth Hubs and partner organisations link young people to one another, as well as linking them to health services, governments, the African Union Commission, and global agencies. 

We have offices in:

South Africa
Botswana
Malawi
Zambia
Zimbabwe

SAT HISTORY

SAT was established in 1990 by a consortium of the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA), the University of Manitoba, McMaster University, and the Canadian Society for International Health with a mandate to support community-based organizations to strengthen programming in HIV and AIDS in Southern Africa. In 2003, SAT was incorporated as an independent regional, not for profit organization called the Southern African AIDS Trust. Since then, SAT has evolved its programming to focus on sexual and reproductive health rights in eastern and southern Africa, and is now called the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Africa Trust – better known as SRHR Africa Trust (SAT).

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SAT COLLABORATIONS

In order to truly accelerate progress in AYSRHR, and to build sustainability of achievements, SAT collaborates extensively with government departments, CSOs, and regional bodies 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.

WHAT WE FOCUS ON

A Youth-Led Future

Meaningful Adolescent & Youth Engagement

The Adolescent Impact Centre

Progress & Accountability for Adolescent & Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights

A Better Normal

Supporting social norms more protective of adolescent health &rights

FRIDAY YOUTH ACTIVIST SERIES

Bridging The Gap -Olorato Morerinyane

Being a youth activist and advocate for young people in your community does not require you to spearhead your own initiative, it requires heart,…

Leading Change -Assa Banda

As many people celebrate Easter this weekend, SAT would like to celebrate this weekend through showcasing yet another amazing Friday Youth activist, who not…

$57.237

Has been raised by our project this month

40.432

Has been raised by our project this month

What You Can Do?