WHO WE ARE

 

Partners in Sexual Health (PSH) is a national evidence based, non-profit organisation with regional footprints that provides Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) services - including HIV/AIDS services - to men, women and particularly adolescents and youth.

Our vision is an empowered society on SRHR.

WHAT WE DO

 

The services provided by PSH include (but not limited to): Youth Friendly Clinics; HIV Prevention Programmes for Out of School Youth and In-school Youth; HIV Counselling and Testing; SRHR Advocacy and Leadership Training particularly aimed at Young Women; Truckers Wellness Programme; Teenage Pregnancy Prevention; Teen Parenting Support and Education to Parents of Teen Parents.

NEWS

SRHR During COVID-19

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The Coronavirus is not a death sentence if you are

living with HIV

Let’s act against Gender-Based Violence!

A special 'Thank You' to all Essential Workers

Message for Young Girls on Menstrual Periods for the

First Time

Menstrual Health and Hygiene during COVID-19

Positive Messages from young people during COVID-19

BLOG POSTS

Disclaimer: Partners in Sexual Health encourages members of the Siyakwazi Youth Network to do their own research and write about SRHR and other social issues affecting them in their daily lives. However, the views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the blogs belong solely to the author, and not necessarily to Partners in Sexual Health, Siyakwazi Youth Network or any of its partner organisations.

Millions of young South African women and girls seeking Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services will be left stranded, as COVID-19 gobbles up all the public health resources. Siyakwazi Youth Network has noted with concern the limitations that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on young women and girls’ access to SRH services. 

COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on women and girls’ sexual and reproductive health because health facilities are focusing more on the Coronavirus.  This has resulted in little or no assistance for the young women seeking SRH services where the attention and resources are reprioritised towards the management of this pandemic.

The lockdown has further res...

Mahatma Gandhi once said: “The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members”.  When society disregards the rights of its vulnerable people, particularly during catastrophes such as COVID-19, instability and conflict usually prevail.  Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the South African government must continue to respect the rights and dignity of all its citizens, including vulnerable people.  Apart from the children, the elderly, the disabled and the poor, vulnerable people also include marginalised and stigmatised groups such as LGBTQ+, people living with HIV/AIDS, sex workers and the unemployed youth among others. These people are dispro...

South Africa is facing a national crisis of Violence Against Women and Children. According to eNCA, more than 2 300 Gender-Based Violence (GBV) cases have been reported during the first week of the 21-day lockdown.

The Siyakwazi Youth Network takes this as a serious offence against victims of Gender-Based Violence and we mourn the late passing of Simphiwe Sibeko. Simphiwe was a 14 year old from Dobsonville, Soweto and a Grade 9 learner at Aurora Girls’ High School.

She was found brutally murdered during the COVID-19 lockdown in Emndeni Extension after she was reported missing at the local police station on Friday, 03 April 2020 when she did not return home from a local shop on Thursda...

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FEATURED

Publication

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2019 PSH Annual Report

Celebrating 10 Years of Empowering Communities

Video

PSH Documentary

Watch this documentary about PSH which will give you a detailed view of our work.

Campaign

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AmplifyChange Because We Can! Campaign

Contributing to positive changes in SRHR and CSE policies and laws and defending progressive policies and laws from attacks at AU, SADC and national levels in 8 Southern African countries

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WHO WE ARE

 

Partners in Sexual Health (PSH) is a national evidence based, non-profit organisation with regional footprints that provides Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) services - including HIV/AIDS services - to men, women and particularly adolescents and youth.

 

Our vision is an empowered society on SRHR.

Registration Number: 067-206-NPO & PBO

NATIONAL OFFICE

 

107 Joubert Street, Parow, 7500,

Western Cape, South Africa

Telephone:     +27 21 932 6377

Fax 2 Email:   +27 86 573 4789

Email:                [email protected]

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