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Sexual & Menstrual Health
Education & Literacy gaps in Africa.

Access to comprehensive sexual health education creates the opportunity for girls and boys to make informed decisions about their futures, yet millions of young people are still being left behind.

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About Us

Who We Are

Jika Adolescent Hub (JAH) is a grassroots organisation engaging with young people and leveraging modern technologies to narrow knowledge gaps and deliver employability and entrepreneurial skills and comprehensive sexual health education to underserved young people in communities, including people with disabilities.

Our Programmes

What We Do

My Body, My Future

The My Body, My Future Programme, is a community-based sexual health education programme aimed at empowering young people with complete knowledge about their sexual health, creating safe environments that encourage honest and open conversations, providing opportunities for peer-to-peer support, and protecting young people from adverse outcomes.

The Sexual Health Education (SHE)

The Sexual Health Education (SHE) Programme is a digital-based programme that brings sexual and menstrual health education to young people’s fingertips. The programme leverages digital tools to improve sexual and menstrual health literacy and promote healthy behaviours around relationships for young people and communities across Africa.

Young Learners

The Young Learners Programme is a skills acquisition initiative aimed at strengthening young people’s agency and eradicating poverty. The initiative is designed to empower young people with employability and entrepreneurial skills to contribute to the socioeconomic development of their communities.

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Our Strategic Solution

Based on the unmet needs, Jika Adolescent Hub was founded to support young people in Nigeria and globally by maximising their agency and improving access to comprehensive sexual health information and linkage to sexual health services.


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