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Partners in Sexual Health (PSH) is a youth serving non-profit organisation that provides and advocates for Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) services - including HIV/AIDS and Gender-based Violence Prevention and Support services – to women, men and particularly adolescents and youth.



PSH projects and services include (but not limited to): Youth Friendly Clinics; Mobile Clinic; SRHR and HIV Prevention Programmes for Out of School and In-school Youth; HIV Testing and Screening Centres; Adolescent Girls and Young Women Programme; Wellness for People Living with Disabilities; Victim Empowerment Programme; Siyakwazi Youth Network; Leaving No One Behind Project; Teenage Pregnancy Prevention; Teen Parenting Support; and the Because We Can Movement for Youth-led Organisations in Africa.

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Common Good Youth SRHR Project (through the Social Employment Fund)

Creating long lasting value in communities through providing meaningful job opportunities which address some of the community’s problems. READ MORE


SRHR During COVID-19

in partnership with

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A message to Adolescent Girls and Young Women to Prevent Unwanted and Teenage Pregnancies

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Violence Against Women and Girls is a Violation

of Human Rights!



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.





Special Edition: Stories of Change from PSH’s Common Good Project through the Social Employment Fund (SEF)


PSH Documentary

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

My Voice Count! Campaign

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My Voice Count! Campaign

Promoting young people’s access to SRHR information and services

Your Sexual Health is Your Responsibility

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