On October 7th, Lilongwe, Malawi, witnessed a groundbreaking event that left a lasting impact on the mental health awareness movement.
At Ntha Foundation, we are proud to be youth as well as female-founded & female-led. Today, we celebrate the boundless energy, creativity, and potential of young people around the world.
“Leaving no one behind” is a concept and commitment that emerged from the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It is a central principle of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were adopted by all UN Member States in September 2015.
The gender digital divide refers to the gap between men and women concerning their access to and usage of digital technologies, particularly the internet and other information and communication technologies (ICT).
Ntha Foundation contributed to the youth-led Adolescent Youth Sexual Reproductive Health Rights Global Roadmap for Action – designed and led by youth in collaboration with over 40 youth-led organizations; bringing together youths’ voices, setting out 2030 goals, priorities and recommended actions.
Ntha Foundation joined other young people from around the world at the Internation Conference for Family Planning pre-conference to advance the sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice agenda forward.