This is a community based volunteering project launched by RPSA to promote Sexual and Reproductive Health.

The goal of this project is to promote the ease of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) knowledge and services for in and out of school youths, adolescent mothers, commercial sex workers and women living with HIV/AIDS through integration of adolescent health programs, family planning, maternal and child care and poverty eradication.

A broad knowledge base coupled with confidential and friendly service empower girl children and mothers into making responsible reproductive health decisions on delaying sexual debut, child bearing and dual protection to avoid unintended pregnancies and Mother to Child Transmission (MTCT) of HIV.
The project strategic plan defines three key priority areas of integrating SRH services into primary health care in response to adolescent health, HIV/AIDS and MTCT as:
(1) Sexual and Reproductive health education,
(2) Capacity building among service providers,
(3) Mitigation of socioeconomic impact.
The purpose of this project is to share knowledge, skills and show the diverse role of RPSA members can take with community based initiatives.