Where we work

Where we work

We pursue our vision and mission with our strong network of partners from around the globe. Dance4Life currently works in almost 20 countries, spread over 5 continents: Africa, Asia, Europa, Latin America and North America.

Dance4Life continuously builds evidence on how our model empowers young people and contributes to decreasing the prevalence of three of the biggest sexual health threats that young people face these days: HIV, unintented pregnancies and sexual and gender based violence.

We specifically focus our research efforts on the impact that the Dance4Life empowerment model has on determinants of behaviour change (confidence, gender equal attitudes and social norms) and how changed behaviour actually contributes to the impact on sexual health of youngsters globally.

agents4change are empowered young people that after the dance4life program make healthy sexual choices and a difference in their communities.

2004-now

Netherlands

240.716

reach

97.492

agents4change

2005-now

Russia

224.086

reach

53.477

agents4change

2010-now

Nepal

84.828

reach

35.685

agents4change

2004-now

Indonesia

138.335

reach

50.206

agents4change

2010-now

India

247.856

reach

87.356

agents4change

2015-now

China

7.551

reach

1.138

agents4change

2008-now

Kenya

100.871

reach

65.135

agents4change

2008-now

Uganda

146.768

reach

78.674

agents4change

2005-now

Tanzania

169.034

reach

77.649

agents4change

2011-now

Ethiopia

39.289

reach

24.905

agents4change

2008-now

Zambia

76.759

reach

29.891

agents4change

2013-now

Ghana

42.938

reach

6.331

agents4change

2008-now

Mexico

56.387

reach

26.407

agents4change

2009-now

Barbados

17.087

reach

12.771

agents4change

2011-now

Peru

7.676

reach

3.007

agents4change

2011-now

Pakistan

85.375

reach

51.645

agents4change
Netherlands
Russia
Nepal
Indonesia
India
China
Kenya
Uganda
Tanzania
Ethiopia
Zambia
Ghana
Mexico
Barbados
Peru
Pakistan
“After training, I got the confidence to go back and sit down with my sister and tell her about SRHR and I can also share this education with my family and the community because it is my little contribution to reducing child pregnancies. Which is a big thing where I live. This is a role that I believed was only for women, but I now know what I can contribute.”

- An Agent4Change in Nepal