We implement programs that focus on the Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights of young people age 10-24 years.
We advocate for policy development, review and change to create an enabling SRHR environment at national level and globally
We conduct studies focusing on adolescent health and publish status reports on various key topics. Some research are based on programs we implement.
We have a team with great expertise on adolescent health and they extend their services to help build other organizations with information, skills and materials.
It’s Friday May 13th 2016, late morning. The venue for the great event is Chwele ICT Hall. Citizens from four sub counties namely Cheptais, Chwele Kaptama and Kapsokwony of the great Abukusu Community are gathered with great expectation. They are READ MORE
Public Participation is one of the most fundamental principle of public governance especially during the budget making process. This provides for the only opportunity for citizens to express their desire for better health services, infrastructure and human resource before their READ MORE
The Spotlight on Family Planning series offers a snapshot on progress governments have made in delivering on their FP2020 pledges, made at the London 2012 Family Planning Summit. Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK- the IPPF Member Association in Kenya), the READ MORE
CSA in collaboration with the Dutch Agency RutgersWPF under the SRHR alliance-Unite for Body Rights programme (UFBR), implement a Computer based Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Sexuality Education programme called the ‘World starts with me’. The UFBR programme is READ MORE
From April 2013, CSA was supported by the Swedish Reproductive Health Association (RFSU) to initiate another SRH pilot project that initially focused on sexual and gender based violence- especially female genital mutilation. Based on the success of 2013 pilot activities, READ MORE
The Y4Y project uses a different approach to reach youths with important information on HIV/AIDS and reproductive health where secondary school pupils mentor primary school pupils with information they have been provided with. Y4Y is a peer led programme, which READ MORE