Find Hope is non-profit organisation that advocates and lobbies for support to help youths and immigrants understand the dynamics of life. The „Save Life Project“ is launched with the aim to motivate young people to take responsibility of their sexuality. As this will redirect them to have reasons to believe in their future
Today the world has the largest generation of young people ever. Of whom many are young women and men, particularly with regard to the unprotected groups such as LGBTQs, orphans, young people fleeing from war and difficult circumstances lack information and services regarding SRH rights. This renders them extremely susceptible to violence, unwanted pregnancies, unsafe sex thus abortion, STDs and HIV/AIDS. Save Life Project considers it important that young people are not just regarded as recipients of care and information but also as active subjects and agents with the ability to handle information and knowledge about SRH Rights.
• To see that youths have facts about their sexual and reproductive rights
• To empower boys and girls to shape society and their own lives promote gender equality.
• Continue to support initiatives that contribute to access to youth-friendly health services of good quality.
• To continue to support activities that aim to educate and spread information to young people about the unequal division
of power between men and women, sexuality and personal relationships, reproduction and HIV prevention
To network and support the build-up of sustainable systems for the distribution of affordable contraceptives of good quality as well as counselling for adults and young people regardless of sex. I.e. Support the purchase and distribution of emergency contraceptive methods and PEP treatment (Post Exposure Prophylaxis) where there are risks of persons being infected with HIV.
Sponsored by HIV SAMORDNING
• Allocating good lawyers that are conversant with LGBTQ cases
• Visiting different migration camps and interview members and document their cases and addressing their issues to the migration authority
• Offering psycho/social support to members through engaging referrals and counsellors to help members through their trauma
• Visiting the detention centres and meeting members and help them to reach their lawyers
• Identifying friendly interpreters that are not biased during the general interviews