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We are CHOICE for Youth & Sexuality

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News and Blogs

The Future is Female (and Sexually Active)

This International Women's Day, we want to share why Women's Marches as spaces are so integral to the cause of SRHR and for the amplification of youth voices...


Happy Valentine's (and Condoms) Day!

14th of February. The day of love, affection and... condoms.


8 Recommendations on Refugees SRHR in Europe

Refugees in Europe urgently need sexual and reproductive healthcare rights. These are our 8 recommendations to make this happen. 


Bigger and Better: The key Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Events in 2019!

Heading into 2019, you will no doubt be filled with new resolutions and fresh spirits for the coming 365 days! We have summed up some of the key events, activities, conferences and summits during the year for you to follow and engage in.


We are looking for a new board members

We are looking for a new board members!


No SRHR without HIV Services

Young people deserve a healthy and happy future. To ensure this, it is crucial that young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are secured. However, we believe that this is impossible without an integrated and comprehensive approach to youth-friendly SRHR and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) health services.


Find us at ICFP 2018

Find us at the International Conference for Family Planning 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda. Check out all our engagements here!


Meaningful Youth Participation summer school

CHOICE organized a summer school for young leaders to follow up on their training of trainers!


International Day of Girls

We at CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality believe girls are vital in the realization of a world where everyone can enjoy sexual and reproductive health and rights.


Calling upon Nigeria to end LGBT suffering

CHOICE and Equality Triangle Initiative (ETI) are calling upon the Nigerian government to end LGBT suffering during the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in Geneva.



All young people worldwide should be able to explore, experience and express their sexualities in healthy, pleasurable and safe ways.