What We Do

The PACT unites youth organizations working at national, regional and global level to fight for the sexual and reproductive health and rights of all people.

We are a coalition of youth-led and youth serving organizations working within the sexual and reproductive health and HIV movement. We seeks to unite young people working in this sector around common goals, working strategically and collaboratively to strengthen the youth HIV movement and ensure the health, well-being and human rights of all young people.

We advocate
We advocate and enable youth-led accountability and participation for the integration of HIV into sexual and reproductive health and rights services and policies, including comprehensive sexuality education.

We strengthen
We strengthen young people’s capacity to change the legal and policy frameworks that prevent young people from accessing HIV and SRHR services.

​We participate
​We support participation in global, regional and national (including district/city level) decision-making processes around resource mobilization and allocation, to ensure  funding for young people in the context of HIV and SRHR.

​We mobilize
We mobilize young people and engage decision makers to increase access to evidence informed HIV prevention and treatment.

Our Priority Areas

The PACT is organised around four main workstreams or priority areas:

Priority 1: to advocate and promote youth-led accountability and participation for the integration of HIV and SRHR services and policies, including comprehensive sexuality education.

Priority 2: to mobilize young people and engage decision makers to increase access to evidence-informed HIV prevention and treatment.

Priority 3: to strengthen young people’s capacity to change the legal and policy frameworks that prevent young people from accessing HIV and SRHR services.

Priority 4: to advocate for young people’s participation in global, regional and national (including district and city level) decision-making processes around resource mobilization and allocation, to ensure adequate funding for young people in the context of HIV and SRHR.

%d bloggers like this: