Mexican and Central American adolescents continue to face high risks of early pregnancy and STI/HIV infection. There is a lack of political will and funding to support adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) programs and a lack of or inadequate implementation of laws and policies supporting ASRH.
Your contribution supports youth leaders to advocate for comprehensive sexual education and youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services.
With your support, young leaders can:
|$25||Print youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health training booklets|
|$50||Attend an HIV-prevention training|
|$100||Train a teacher on appropriate ways to deliver sex education to youth|
|$250||Build a health professional’s ability to provide youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services|
|$500||Hold a press conference to hold the government accountable to its commitment to provide comprehensive sex education|
|$1,000||Conduct an advocacy training for youth in their community|
|$5,000||Run a campaign to educate the public on the need for comprehensive sex education and youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services|