Approximately one-third of all internet users globally are estimated to be children and adolescents under the age of 18, and evidence shows that young people are starting to use the internet at increasingly younger ages.
Source: UNICEF. The state of the world’s children 2017: children in a digital world. New York: UNICEF; 2017
There is a need to ensure young people have access to reliable, trustworthy sources for accurate and complete information on sexual and reproductive health.
Source: My Body, My Life, My World Through A Covid-19 Lens, 2020 - unfpa.org
The Society for Nutrition, Education, and Health Action (SNEHA) is a non-profit organization that addresses urban health challenges in vulnerable communities, public health, and safety systems by developing evidence-based models. Using a data-driven, technology-backed approach, the organization develops evidence-based interventions to promote gender equity and influence adolescents' societal attitudes and physical health awareness.
SNEHA also works with teens using mediums like community mobilization, resource creation, and collective learning to empower them with skills for the future. The organization also strives to strengthen the health systems’ response to adolescent requirements.
Developing a one-stop, self-learning digital platform for adolescents from vulnerable communities to independently access: