As a network, we commit ourselves to the following core values and principles in all we do
To advocate for the implementation of policies and legislation on adolescent and youth sexual reproductive health through dissemination of information, championing and promoting their rights at national and community level.
By Robert Aseda So today we met a magician. No, not at #CPD48. On a train to our hotel from the hard sessions of the day. The guy was ‘thorough’. That’s the NAYA slang for being good at his job. He made handkerchiefs, oranges and balls disappear and appear at will. It looked so easy.Read More
By Robert Aseda Today was an interesting day at #CPD48. As the day’s progress, nations and regions made their stand known on the various issues they hold close to their chest, what they can compromise on and what the bare minimum for them was. Negotiations among nations can be so interesting and so frustrating atRead More
By Robert Aseda Today was an interesting day at #CPD48. Just like the typical second day at school, the air was filled with optimism and expectations for a progressive outcome document. As countries continued making their statements, it was clear that most nations of the world had come to the general understanding that their developmentRead More
By Robert Aseda Finally the 48th session of the United Nations Commission on Population and Development kicked off in New York. This year’s session is particularly very important. The world stands at a very important precipice. A lot of global events are happening around population and development and it’s therefore an opportunity that we can’tRead More
By NAYA Kisumu Advocates The World Health Organization defines reproductive health as the complete state of physical, social and mental well being of person and not merely the absence of a disease or infirmity in all maters relating to reproductive health. All persons need access to sexual reproductive health information and services. The services shouldRead More