The project aims to contribute to young people being prepared to act as decision makers on their life projects, including the prevention of pregnancy, exercising their right to decide if and when to become parents and act as multipliers and promoters of knowledge and skills with their peers. Information on the epidemiological aspects of the ZIKA virus and the services and resources available are also addressed from the perspective of reproductive rights. This work focuses on young people aged 13 to 25 years in greater social vulnerability. Through workshops in public schools that follow a participatory and horizontal methodology, where adolescents and young people are also producers of knowledge and act as facilitators of these activities.
Digital stories are also developed directed to this audience, narrating experiences of these young people about their lives, challenges and projects, including issues related to their emotional, sexual and reproductive life. It is a horizontal learning tool to be published in tube channels and social networks.