SRHR Impact Plus

Digitalization and Programming of SRHR

In many developing nations, including Sub-Saharan Africa, adolescents and young people (AYPs) encounter barriers hindering their access to essential SRH information, services, and resources. These obstacles range from limited educational opportunities and socio-economic disparities to cultural stigmas surrounding sexuality and inadequate healthcare infrastructure. The result is a scarcity of SRH information and challenges in accessing necessary healthcare services for AYPs.

SRHR Impact Plus Project is a transformative initiative to address the critical challenges faced by adolescents and young people (AYPs) regarding Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). With targeted interventions and strategies, we aim to empower AYPs in Nigeria, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, where barriers to SRHR are prevalent.

Our Goal

Empower AYPs in project communities in Nigeria with improved access to rights-based, inclusive, and gender-sensitive SRHR services through strengthened advocacy capacities of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).

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Strengthen HACEY's capacity to provide free SRHR media advocacy services


Create and strengthen a network of 150 CSOs with tools, skills, and resources to implement and scale up SRHR interventions for AYPs across 5 states in South West Nigeria.


Empower Youth Amplify SRHR Champions in tertiary institutions to design and implement human-centered, equitable, and gender-sensitive SRHR interventions for AYPs.


Strengthen HACEY's capacity to provide free SRHR media advocacy services.

The SRHR Impact Plus Project is more than a program; it's a movement towards a future where every individual has access to accurate SRHR information and can make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. Join us in shaping a healthier and more empowered generation!

Key Activities

Establishment of a Digital Media Lab

  • A cutting-edge media room equipped with cameras, laptops, and microphones.
  • Collaborative generation of compelling digital content for SRHR advocacy.
  • Uniting stakeholders, influencing policy discussions, and enhancing SRHR outcomes.

Capacity Building Workshops

  • Tailored training for CSOs and NGOs on SRHR programming and digitization.
  • Empowerment of university-affiliated youth champions as influential advocates.

Alliance Boot Camp to Advance AYP SRHR

  • An online forum for Alliance members to share insights and collaborate.
  • Exchange of knowledge, refinement of skills, and development of impactful SRHR interventions.

Community Engagement and Media Campaigns

  • On-site awareness programs led by Youth Amplify SRHR Champions.
  • Strategic digital media campaigns for heightened awareness and improved decision-making.

The Media Lab