SRHR Champion´s Workshop

Creative Alley is an organization working since 2009 for Youth empowerment through various workshops, events, and initiatives. One of our core areas is Sexual Reproductive and Health Rights and we love to trigger new discussions and call for action!

With support from partner organizations such as Youth Champions Initiative, United Snacks, Madina Institute, and more, we have reached more than 11,000 young people across Pakistan and abroad in 10 years. Our projects include Theatre of Taboo, Let’s Get MAD, Stand Up Speak Up, Beat the Blue whale, Lemonade with Tanzila Khan, and others.

Creative Alley has partnered with Amplify Change to organize a Training, ‘SRHR Champions Workshop’ on reproductive Health rights for organizations and institutes not working directly in the area but can benefit from the discussions generated and learning. This is a three-day Residential Training with participants from across Pakistan representing diverse backgrounds but with a common passion to learn more about SRHR and apply it all through their existing work. Innovative project ideas will also be funded by Creative Alley.


• Identify 20 individuals working in their communities in different ways (Not SRHR related)

• Sensitize them on SRHR through experts and let them apply it through their work

• Empower through small grants to initiate projects in their communities


Marginalized communities are encouraged to apply

Participants must be comfortable to address and talk about challenging topics

There will be video documentation throughout the program for a production at the conclusion

Selected participants must be available to commit to the entire program and future commitments

Small grants will be given to good ideas for successful implementation

Topics covered in the Trainings:

• Sexual Reproductive and Health Rights- Overview

• History of SRHR across Cultures

• Local, National and International debates on SRHR

• SRHR and other related themes (Law, Disability, Religion, Media, entrepreneurship and others)

• Problems, Best practices and Recommendations

• Other Topics

• New Projects and Initiatives

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