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CRIDOC At Swaziland Peoples' Summit 2016
Swaziland Peoples SummitCRIDOC Director and Youth Act Alliance National Coordinator, Edward Phiri, made a solidarity speech on behalf of Malawi delegation during the Peoples' Summit 2016 held in Manzini, Swaziland, prior to the Heads of State Summit. His speech centred on ending child marriages in accordance with SADC model law; youth employment and empowerment based on the African Youth Charter; and tax justice. He further called on the Peoples' Summit to ensure that issues of youth and children were prominently featured in the communiqué as a sub-theme; ensure that the summit also developed a road map for easy follow up of issues rather than coming up with new issues every year, as the 2015 issues remained unsolved. Edward was also invited to be a panellist at ZIMRIGHTS break away session on governance, as youth representative. read in full»

Adolescents and Youth Action Committees - Salima
Youth Committee SalimaAs part of the school outreach programme which targets both in-school and out-of-school children and young people with information about sexual reproductive health and other rights, CRIDOC continues to form adolescents and Youth action committees meet weekly. The latest forming news committees at Senti (Lilongwe District), the latest committee to be formed was in Salima District which started its operating officially on 20 March 2017. Under this programme, we also seek to establish school clubs and libraries in schools. We have already established a number of school clubs in Lilongwe and we are currently in the process of rolling out the programme in remote/rural areas of the country, resources permitting. In the photo, these are some of our adolescent and young members of the committee discussing rights and other issues affecting them in Salima. read in full»
Positivo Music Workshop - Mchinji
Launch of AIDS CD in MchinjiAs part of the activities of the "Integrated HIV & Aids, SRHR Network - Malawi" Project being implemented jointly by Positivo Malawi, JournAIDS, & CRIDOC, Positivo launched the Music Workshop in Mchinji District on September 29, 2013 at a colourful ceremony attended by its partner, CRIDOC, whose activities included football match between girls and boys, VCT and other youth-friendly health services provided by FPAM, drama performances, Band performances, including launch of the recorded song performed live by Buwa Secondary School. The activities were also part of CRIDOC's Youth-Friendly Health Information/Services programme which empowers young people with information on accessing health services and getting treated in a youth-friendly manner. read in full»

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