Adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) HIV/AIDS education aims at reducing the risks of teenage pregnancy, abortion, early marriage, HIV/AIDS prevention and support. The program adopts several strategies in promoting sexuality education including: Teens Outreach Program; an early morning youth-to-youth talk show for secondary school students, topic includes life management skills, syndromic management of STIs and awareness on HIV/AIDS prevention/care and support services available to HIV/AIDS infected and affected persons.
Supporting sexual, reproductive and health and rights is therefore central to SoLife commitment to gender equality and reducing global poverty. Increased investment, targeted programming and supportive policies are all critical to meeting the reproductive health needs of millions of women and Girls. SoLife believes that access to sexual, reproductive and health services is both a fundamental human right and a critical development issue.