Our Programs

Women Health

As part of our Programs in relation to women health, we engage in maternal health, reproductive health and family planning.

Childrens Health

We engage fully in Early Childhood development

Adolescent Health and Well-being

As our program, we engage in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), Contraceptives, Teenage Prgenancy, Female genital Mutilation and Alcohol and Drug Abuse

What We Do?

OHISD implements innovative and evidence informed interventions tailored to address the SRHR needs and rights of adolescents and young people. The main program focus include;

Advocacy for SRHR

Advocacy for SRHR enabling policy and social environment for adolescents and young people

SRHR services

Provision of high quality youth friendly SRHR services and • life education through sexuality education for adolescents and young people

Empowering adolescents

Empowering adolescents and young people to voice their rights and SRHR challenges that affect them.

Socio- cultural practices

Addressing challenges relating negative socio- cultural practices such as child marriages, Female Genital Mutilation and teenage pregnancies

Target Groups

In order to influence social and policy environment for the delivery of quality SRHR services and information to the young people, OHISD  works the following secondary audiences:

Policy Markers

Members of Parliament, Judiciary, Government ministries and agencies, and local government leaders

Gate Keepers

Parents/guidance, teachers, religious leaders, and cultural leaders

Private Sector

Media, corporate institutions, businessmen and women

Civil Societies

Civil Societies; National and International NGOs, like-minded alliances and CBOs

Development Partners

Development Partners

Who Do We Actually Target?

Organization for Health in Sustainable Development (OHISD) interventions tailored to address the unique needs of vulnerable adolescents and young people aged 10-35 years both in and out of schools. These among others include; vulnerable young people in urban slums, Humanitarian and Crisis settings, hard to reach rural areas, young people in refugees/emergency settlements, young people living with HIV and AIDS, young people with disabilities and young people among key populations.

  • Young people in and out of schools
  • Vulnerable young people in urban slums
  • Young people in refugees settlements
  • Young people living with HIV and AIDS
  • Young people with disabilities
  • Young people among key populations
  • Young people in fragile and humanitarian settings
  • Young people internally displaced
  • Young people in hard to reach rural areas