Integrating MHM, WASH and ASRH

Through an integrated approach, both MHM and SRH will be seen as equally important issues to improving outcomes for women and girls.

After realising that lack of high quality SRH services and education in Zimbabwe is the main contributor of teenage pregnancy and STIs which in turn has damaged young people’s lives by increasing the number of high school dropouts and impacting their physical and economic health, Unlimited Hope Alliance Trust (UHAT) is working with adolescents girls and boys to prevent SGBV as well as enganging traditional and religious leaders in uprooting traditional and religious practices that fuel early and unintended pregnancies.

Our innovation proposes going back to basics, bringing aboard all stakeholders, holding the bull by its horns and put an end to harmful practices that promote these early and unintended practices.