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How to Solve the Global Sex Problem

Additionally, Kizanne has been selected out of thousands of young leaders from 104 countries to be a fellow in the Women Deliver Young Leader’s Program, rated 4th in the world. She is also one of 10 World Contraception Day Ambassadors and advocates for the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Women and Girls in Latin America and the Caribbean. At present, she is the founder of Access Contraception, a global movement and social enterprise funded by Women Deliver and the University of Southampton to improve access to sexual health resources within developing countries. Her work has been recognised by numerous local, regional and international magazines and newspapers including FP2020, PSI Impact Magazine and Marie Claire UK.”
There is a lack of comprehensive sexual education and access to sexual health resources within many parts of the world. This doesn’t only result in pervasive and harmful misconceptions surrounding sex but causes serious economic and social burden on these countries. Unfortunately, the countries most affected are those that already have struggling economies. Can the use of mobile-technology to provide education and access to sexual health resources, present a solution to address this global challenge?


Kizanne James TEDxReading 2017

 

Kizanne James

“Kizanne is a multi-award winning leader, Chevening Scholar, Women’s Rights and Health Activist and physician with a passion for Global Health. She has been an executive member for numerous third-sector organisations within the Caribbean and the United Kingdom, with a special focus on youth empowerment, women’s development and health.

Her work in youth leadership spanning over 15 years has been recognised by The University of the Southern Caribbean, who named her the Most Outstanding Young Alumni 2015 and The University of the West Indies from whom she received the Primer Award for Leadership, Award for Outstanding Leadership and Excellence in Leadership consecutively. As well as from The University of Southampton, from whom she received the Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Award 2017 for her contribution to the development of women.