Place: Palm Hall, Kabira Country Club
STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIPS TO CREATE AWARENESS ABOUT THE
ADOLESCENT HEALTH POLICY AND TRACK ITS IMPLEMENTATION
On April 27th, 2016, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) stakeholders from government, civil society as well as young people and SRHR enthusiasts, will gather for the second 3 hour Share101 forum.
#Share101 forum will be will be a collaborative event that aims to highlight the importance of local partnerships and also creating ways on how to advance the Adolescent Health Policy to improve the position of SRHR in Uganda.
Share101 responds to the growing need to have a platform that brings together individuals and organizations passionate about sharing ideas on reproductive health. The inaugural one focused on media and sought to engage health and youth bloggers, journalists and reporters so as to increase awareness on reproductive health issues and reporting in the media.
Where and when?
The half day event happening on April 27th, 2016 will be held at Palm Hall, Kabira Country Club, Kampala from 2-4pm.
You! If you care about the need to have partnerships to promote young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health, join us for #Share101. Young people with interest in SRHR or want to be the next SRHR youth advocates are strongly encouraged to apply.
The second Share101 will be a major high level SRHR networking event which you can’t afford to miss. With the keynote address by Ton Coenen the Executive Director of Rutgers from Netherlands together with a delegation from the Dutch Embassy, and this will be a great opportunity to meet, learn and share ideas on SRHR in Uganda.
RSVP your ticket today on Eventbrite and book your seat at the event. Please note that there are limited seats available for the event.
*Cocktail will be served during the networking session at the end
- 27 04 2016 01:00 PM - 06:00 PM