Anmol is a lead facilitator for the Menstrual Hygiene Management Project with UNICEF and is a training and development consultant at doctHERs, a digital health platform that matches the underutilized capacity of female doctors to the unmet needs of health consumers. As a medical doctor, Anmol wants to connect women doctors to rural communities who do not have sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) access.
Fiscal Sponsor: School of Leadership Foundation
Project Title: Shaoor
Shaoor aims to educate adolescents and youth on sexual and reproductive health so they can be informed, healthy, and able to control their bodies, respect themselves, and demand respect from others. Shaoor will promote comprehensive sex education through the development of comic zines dealing with issues related to sexual and reproductive health relevant for Pakistani youth in a way that is interactive, practical, and fun. Once they are developed, these comic zines will be disseminated in schools and colleges through capacity-building workshops led by young people.
Rise Up Cohort: Youth Champion 2019