SRHR Africa Trust will be supporting Young Leaders to attend the 8th African Conference of Sexual and Reproductive Health 12 – 16 February 2018, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg
The SRHR Africa Trust (formerly known as the Southern African AIDS Trust – SAT) through its Regional Youth Hub Programme (#SAT4YOUTH) supports the meaningful engagement of young leaders and activists in key policy, decision-making spaces and sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) platforms.
As part of the #SAT4YOUTH #NextGeneration capacity building programme, SAT will support two youth from Africa who are aged (18-25 years) to attend the 8th African Conference of Sexual and Reproductive Health (12 – 16 February 2018) which will be held in Johannesburg. This is a fully-funded opportunity which covers travel costs, accommodation and conference registration to represent SAT and youth in Africa.
Submit proof of abstract submission or invitation letter.
Two page CV including date of birth, nationality and two contactable references.
Motivation letter detailing your interest/ work in SRHR, how you will contribute to the conference and how your participation will lead to SRHR activism/ advocacy post the conference.
Copy of a valid passport for travel.
*Only successful applicants will be notified and are required to adhere to SAT’s travel agreements i.e. procedures and guidelines for participating in conferences/ policy platforms.
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