Read our March 2017 newsletter

We hope you are encouraged by the stories in this latest edition of Salt and Light. Your gifts make a difference in so many people’s lives – thank you so much for your continued support.

Teaching the teachers: the majority of the people we train are youth workers but, with the recent proposed government policy change which is likely to make relationships and sex education (RSE) compulsory in all secondary schools, more and more schools are asking us to train their teachers to deliver RSE. Read more.

Amina's story, Central Asia: in a culture where teenage pregnancy is high and abortion is used as a form of contraception, the Give Life project focuses on equipping young people in developing a healthier attitude towards relationships and sex. Read how Amina's life was turned around.

Taking to the airwaves: ACET DRC is working towards putting an end to deeply-rooted, dangerous sexual beliefs by replacing them with accurate and life-saving information about HIV and AIDS, sexual and reproductive health. Read how ACET DRC uses radio broadcasts to reach the wider community.

Choosing life in Belarus: your support helps provide lessons about relationships and sex for the young people of Belarus. Read how it is also helping create healthier attitudes.

Exploring faith in Zimbabwe: the Shining Star project reaches out to female sex workers in Bulawayo with sexual health education, and skills workshops. Read how they also support the ladies with exploring the Christian faith.

Challenging HIV stigma: our friend, and Esteem educator, Hannah joined us to share her story of living with HIV with young people in London. Read more.

Come and meet us: find out where we will be leading training, taking part in festivals and speaking at churches in the next few months.


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