SAT is an innovative organisation with a regional footprint contributing to improved systems for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of girls and women in eastern and southern Africa. It is driven by gender equality, community ownership and the agency and aspiration of girls, adolescents and young people. SAT works with a network of over 100 communities, NGOs, CBOs and activists working for universal SRHR in equitable and inclusive systems for health.
Welcome to SAT Regional
“There’s really no such thing as the ‘voiceless’. There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably unheard.” Arundhati Roy
All girls need connections to survive, to thrive and to transform their futures and their lives.
The #GirlsConnected idea explores whether it’s time for a coalition of organisations to bring resources together and to strategize jointly as to what “putting girls first” in health might mean.
Health is essential to human development and to the development of communities and nations. Not enough money is spent on health in our region and health money is not always spent effectively and efficiently. But the worst aspect of health funding is where health money intended to better the lives of individuals, families and communities is stolen through corruption.
SAT defines corruption as any deliberate action or lack of action that leads to any improper profiting by any organisation or person.
Reporting irregularities is simply doing your job and each and every one is expected to report irregularities.
We urge you to be open and honest and report corruption. For more information and contact details, download our Anti-Corruption brochure here.