SDG 3.7 states: “By 2030, ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services.

The negative health consequences of adolescents can pass from one generation to the next.  That is why addressing the needs of adolescents is an intergenerational investment with huge benefits to subsequent generations.

In June month Restoring Dreams Foundation (RDF) team conducted session with 75 early adolescence of one of the school in village Belapur. We’re proud to work with school partners to expand access to girls’ reproductive health care services and mentoring.

Thanks to our friends from SBI for their contribution for making this program possible.

Doing the right thing,
at the right time.