ARRANGEBODY is a campaign established in 2015 and dedicated to promoting young people’s health and productive adulthood.
Education as a Vaccine is a non-profit organization created in 2000 to improve the health and development of children and young people.
EVA envisions a Nigeria where children and young people reach their full potentials and work to build and implement innovative and sustainable mechanism for improved quality of life for vulnerable children and young people.
Arrange body advances this agenda by working with young people, youth serving organizations, government agencies and policy makers to;
— Protect and promote young people’s sexual and reproductive health especially, increasing their ability to prevent early unwanted pregnancies, rape, sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS and making informed choices about their sexuality, free of discrimination violence as well as developing competencies.
— Incessant community awareness on challenges youth face so that policies and programs are put in place to effectively address these issues.
Arrange body provides a stage to young people so they can have their voices heard on issues bothering about their sexual life.
Our goal is to enable young people to live happy and healthy lives where they can avail of opportunities and build a bright future for themselves
OVERVIEW of the Event.
Our Activities are events we organize to mobilize and build support with other young people, educating them about issues that affect their sexual reproductive health and rights in schools and campuses.
The benefit of this activity to student is that:
• It enlightens them about issues that affect young people like them especially on issues of HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination.
• It also creates a platform for them to express their views about issues relating to rape, how to deal with the after effect and what to do if at affected at any time
• It also an educative forum for them to gain knowledge and hear true life stories of how young people like them are dealing with these issues (HIV/AIDS Stigma and discrimination and rape).
• It will also be an avenue for them to learn about their rights, knowing their status and how to practice safer sex.
It is important to also let them know that young people bear the burden of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and as a result of people’s low knowledge about these issues, It high time we as young people spoke about these issues because if it affecting one youth, then it’s every youths business.