Project name: ‘’ Integrating intersectionality for inclusive and equal access of Sexual Reproductive Health Information and Services.’’
As a collaborating partner of Make Way program under the support of National Union of Disability Organizations in Rwanda (NUDOR), Save Generations Organization(SGO) is implementing a project entitled ‘’ Integrating intersectionality for inclusive and equal access of Sexual Reproductive Health Information and Services which aims to break down barriers to Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) by promoting a new way of looking at, and organizing, SRHR issues, through an intersectional lens so that no one is left behind. In this regards, Save Generations Organizations has planned to train SRHR Network Members for young women led organizations on intersectional Sexual Reproductive Health and Right and how they can integrate the intersectional approach in their program activities and interventions with leaving no one behind.
OBJECTIVE OF THE TRAINING
The training aims to increase knowledge of the SRHR network members on intersectional SRHR in order to integrate the intersectional approach in their program activities and interventions with leaving no one behind.
Specifically, the training aims to;
- Increase knowledge of SRHR Network members on SRHR intersectionality concepts and its approaches.
- Guide and increase knowledge of Network members on integration of intersectionality approaches in their program interventions.
- Set commitments and plan of how Network members are going to integrate intersectionality in their program interventions.