TAYOA’s Vision statement
TAYOA's Mission statement
TAYOA Organization Structure comprise of Board of Trustees which defines overall strategic direction of the organization. The Board of Trustees is Chaired by Ambassador C. Sanga, a diplomat, and comprises members from different background include civil societies, law and public services. The management is formed by committed staff under the leadership of Chief Executive Officer who is supported by Deputy Chief Executive officer .
Health Helpline a d mhealth Services that relate to a range of programs that TAYOA is planning to implement in collaboration with a variety of institutions in order to contribute to the country strategies. These strategic directions reflect TAYOA’s priorities and business needs for the next three years.
SD I. Scaled up capacity and strengthened sustainability of the National Health Helpline and Mobile Health Services.
SD II. Increased uptake of HIV prevention, care and treatment services AGYWs and Men
SD III. Reduced unmet need for reproductive health, family planning and sexual health among youth and women
SD IV. Increased gender equality and access to GBV services and good health services among women and youth
SD V. Promotion of inclusive and sustainable economic, financial and employment growth among women and youth
SD VI. Improved Good Governance and Equitable Health Service Delivery through Innovation
SD VII. Enhanced youth civic engagement and participation in processes of National development
SD VIII. Improved M&E through Digital Auxiliary Monitoring and Evaluation System (DAMES)