Young people must grow up with the correct attitude of freedom, convinced that, "...a person is more precious for what one is than for what one has..."
By giving young people the opportunity to receive correct information and learn how to live by their values, we are enabling them to make the right choices and become responsible and respectful individuals
...Developing young people of Integrity, Service and Good Character - Responsible community members and Leaders of Today and Tomorrow.
Dare to be Different...Say NO to Negative Peer Influence!!!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed young people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Information, Education and Communication Materials

We believe that young people need comprehensive and accurate information about SRH, HIV and AIDS. We have put together brochures on topics such as Values, Abuse and Child Protection. To read some of our pamphlets, click on the images below.


Information Materials  (Brochures & Pamphlets)
Who is Youth Alive_Brochure_PDF    HIV and Values Based Interventions_What is your Role_PDF
Child Rights and Child Protection (Posters)

Youth Alive continues to contribute towards a safer world for children by sensitizing community members and leaders about the reality of Child abuse and their role in preventing it.

Combined with our input sessions on Child rights and abuse, YAZIM is playing its part in changing perceptions about real child participation and the importance of involving them in matters that affect them.

Click on the images to view some of the posters we have distributed in Mutare Rural and Urban District

I am a Child and I have Rights_PDF   Child Protection Begins with YOU_PDF   It should not hurt to be a Child_PDF

Behaviour Change Communication - Overcoming Negative Peer Influence (Posters)

Young people are usually easily influenced by the media and what their peers are doing. As a result they may end up dropping out of school, getting pregnant or becoming addicted to drugs and alcohol. Youth Alive has launched a Behaviour Change Communication strategy to help youths resist negative peer pressure. We encourage young people to be different in positive ways, to be comfortable and proud of the good values that they uphold.

Click on the images to view the variations of the 'Dare to Be Different' Poster

Dare to BE DIFFERENT_Poster 2_PDF   Dare to BE DIFFERENT_Poster 1_PDF

Behaviour Change Communication on HIV and AIDS

Behaviour Change Communication is vital in HIV prevention, as such we reinforce our message using informative pamphlets as well as banners during commemorations and awareness campaigns. Our organisation's Behaviour Change Communication strategy is closely aligned to the National Behaviour Change Strategy in HIV prevention. Click on the images to view some of the banners we use in BCC (Behaviour Change Communication)

Zero Stigma, Zero Discrimination & Zero New HIV Infections    Behaviour Change is Possible Banner_PDF