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  • Organisation

    The Youth Education through Sports Tanzania (YES Tanzania), is a youth led, youth focused organisation working with and for youth in Mbeya and Songwe regions. YES Tanzania was registered in 2011 .Through working with and for adolescents and young people, YES Tanzania aims at empowering young people by giving them proper guidance and skills to face the many challenges young people face. One of the areas YES Tanzania advocates strongly is young people’s involvement in decisions that affect them particularly health, democracy and good governance.

    • Organisation

      The Youth Education through Sports Tanzania (YES Tanzania), is a youth led, youth focused organisation working with and for youth in Mbeya and Songwe regions. YES Tanzania was registered in 2011 .Through working with and for adolescents and young people, YES Tanzania aims at empowering young people by giving them proper guidance and skills to face the many challenges young people face. One of the areas YES Tanzania advocates strongly is young people’s involvement in decisions that affect them particularly health, democracy and good governance.

    • Project

      The project SHARP (Sexual Health and Adolescents Risk Prevention) is a demonstration model of using sports to realise developmental objectives. It aims at creating an enabling environment that addresses underlying factors to young people’s poor health outcomes, by focusing on social, cultural, political, structural and economic factors that put young people at risk of HIV and unwanted pregnancies. Unsafe sex, sexual coercion, early pregnancy, forced and early marriages, stigma and discrimination, community views on sexuality issues, increase adolescents and young girls vulnerability and pose barrier to their access to SRH and rights information and services. SHARP provides a fun and creative sports model to address this.

  • Project

    The project SHARP (Sexual Health and Adolescents Risk Prevention) is a demonstration model of using sports to realise developmental objectives. It aims at creating an enabling environment that addresses underlying factors to young people’s poor health outcomes, by focusing on social, cultural, political, structural and economic factors that put young people at risk of HIV and unwanted pregnancies. Unsafe sex, sexual coercion, early pregnancy, forced and early marriages, stigma and discrimination, community views on sexuality issues, increase adolescents and young girls vulnerability and pose barrier to their access to SRH and rights information and services. SHARP provides a fun and creative sports model to address this.

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