Reducing Teenage Pregnancy through Life Skills and Sexual Reproductive Health Information and Advocacy. A month long awareness raising program (November 11 December 12 2016) aimed at contributing to the Goal of improved access to Sexual Reproductive Health for youths in Liberia addressing the challenges and barriers faced by girls in accessing Sexual Reproductive Health Services. The team focus its implementation on three key areas of interventions namely: Confidence building training and Capacity building for Life Skill Facilitators and Peer Educators and the Identification and referral of girls in need of SRH and other services Community/ Awareness and Campaigns. This project was implemented in three communities: WestPoint, Tenegar and Slipway targeting adolescent boys and girls. During the implementation, 55 girls were refereed for family planning and other medical services within the communities of interventions 200 while peer educators were trained to raise awareness in schools and communities on reproductive health and life skills.