kinga's project

Kinga provided teenagers in Poland with a safe space to access factual information on contraception, family planning, sexually transmitted diseases, and pleasure - without judgment or religious interpretation. By highlighting young people's lack of and need for quality information, Kinga showed parents, educators, and policymakers that comprehensive sexuality education is crucial for young people to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.

Through her project, Kinga:

  • Created a website that provided answers to 4,800 Polish teenagers' most common questions on sexual and reproductive health issues
  • Produced infographics and animated videos that were viewed and shared easily through social media to raise awareness and bust myths about contraception
  • Created an online quiz to help young people learn about the contraceptive methods that may be best for them

Check out Kinga's website!



Kinga has volunteered for various international organizations in the field of women´s empowerment and development, focusing primarily on research and project management. She has five years of project management experience from higher education and private sectors, as well as an extensive international background from Poland, the United Kingdom, United States, and Spain. Kinga's focus is on comprehensive sexual education (CSE), the household economy, and climate justice. Her World Contraception Day Ambassadors Project addresses the lack of CSE in her native Poland, aiming to reach teenagers who have questions regarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Kinga earned her Masters of Research in Sociology and Demography from the University of Pompeu Fabra in 2012, with a specialization on issues surrounding gender equality, women’s political participation, and household economy. She also holds a Masters degree in Cultural Communications from the University of Barcelona.

You can follow her on Twitter at @kingahanna.