YET4H awards subgrants to eight (8) Youth Led Organizations to advance Digital health
As part of efforts to strengthen Meaningful Youth participation in Digital Health Interventions towards achieving Universal Health Coverage(UHC), YET4H has award grants to youth-led/focused organizations with operations in Lower and Middle Income Countries (LMICs, as defined by the World Bank) to implement for youth-led and youth-serving digital health projects.
These grants, of a maximum value of CHF 5000.00, will be implemented for 6 months to enable these organizations to implement digital health projects targeting young people.
These organizations include:
|Focus of Project
|To employ digital solution for improving young people’s access to mental health services and information
|Youth Association for Development (YAD)
|To Establish a platform for youth digital health rights in Balochistan to strengthen meaningful engagement of young people; and Design and implement 6 small-scale action projects led by young people in Balochistan to address young people’s needs.
|Impressive Santri Indonesia
|To strengthen the capacities of 120 young people aged 18-30 from 10 Islamic Boarding Schools in Central Java on digital health literacy; and Formulate and disseminate a policy brief related to digital health implementation and implications in Islamic Boarding Schools.
|To Strengthen the capacities of 50 young service providers in Greater Cairo, Qena, and Luxor in digital literacy.
|Centre d’Innovation Technologique et d’Entrepreneuriat (CITE)
|To Strengthen the capacities of 50 young people aged 18-30 in Haiti in digital health literacy; and advocate for meaningful youth engagement in digital health among 50 stakeholders and on 10 media platforms in Haiti.
|To develop and deliver tech-based mental health services to young people in Zimbabwe whilst incorporating youth-led research to identify opportunities to strengthen policy and practice in the delivery of digital health solutions on mental health in the country.
|Youth Choice for Change
|To advocate, and promote SRHR information, education and services to youth and adolescents in Tanzania.
|Think Positive Live Positive Initiative (TPLPI)
|To create an inclusive digital space for young Gay, Bisexual, Queer Men, and Transgender individuals (YGBQT) through strong digital health campaigns and advocacy and by strengthening YGBQT with innovative digital literacy skills to enhance digital health and rights information among their peers.