TAHI is a youth-led, non-profit organization that strives to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people in Uganda, especially girls. The organization was established in 2014 with the aim to promote gender equality, reduce teenage pregnancies and child marriage, and protect young people’s rights to make safe and informed decisions related to their sexual and reproductive health.
TAHI's goal is to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights through evidence-based programming and advocacy. We are dedicated to providing quality services and information to young people, particularly adolescent girls and young women, to ensure that they can access the full range of reproductive health services and take advantage of the best outcomes for their lives.
TAHI works towards the realization of its goals by conducting evidence-based research on SRHR issues, advocating for policy reforms in the area of SRHR, engaging young people in SRHR discussions, training healthcare providers to deliver SRHR-related services, and providing services to young people. We focus on bridging the gap between what young people need and the available services that can meet those needs.
We are committed to creating an enabling environment for young people to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health without stigma or discrimination. We also strive to create a world where young people are empowered to realize their sexual health and rights without fear of oppression or abuse.
Young people living healthy and productive lives
“To unleash the potential of young people aged 10-24 years through sharing relevant and appropriate information which enables them make key informed decisions in life
Young people centered