We want to give adolescents access to reliable information about sexuality, relationships, contraception and STD prevention. In an airy educational way, we try to give the youngsters the ability to make informed and individual decisions about their
body and health and break some existing myths about these topics. The project is a form of peer education in which young people are supported to bring about a health-promoting behavioural change with other young people.
Ditch the Hate
Major goal: To sensitise the masses about the LGBTQ+ community to ensure that anyone who does not conform to the heteronormative and binary nature of sexuality and gender identity can live free from any form of discrimination.
Visibility of the campaign on Facebook in India
Any sharing of the infographics from the original page where they will originally posted onto anyone else’s private pages or public forums
Clarifying doubts of readers related to SGI and the SGI umbrella to spark the flame for advocacy for this community in relevant stakeholders
To have even 1 medical student’s outlook on an LGBT+ patient change such that even one member of the community experiences truly accessible health care
Sex worker issues
Discrimination based on sexuality (including sexual orientation) or gender identity is a Human Rights violation. Nonetheless, this discrimination is widespread and has a detrimental effect on the health of its victims.
The sexuality and gender Identity program will raise awareness among the general public about the issues.
SCORA hope to directly work with stigmatized groups, such as LGBT+ individuals or sex workers, to educate them about available health services and to empower them to access these.
To find our more about the current Program, check the Program Proposal document.