Parents are key stakeholders in the lives and ASRHR issues of young people and NTIHC organizes and conducts a radio program targeting parents or community members of parental age. The aim of parental radio is to strengthen parental support for ASRH services. The program focuses on improving communication between parents and children and on parents understanding their roles and responsibilities and how to support young people to cope with the challenges they face when growing up and to advocate for ASRH rights.
It is a live phone in radio talk show broadcasted every Sunday from 1 pm to 2 pm. The listeners participate by calling into the studio. The program is moderated by a radio presenter who is knowledgeable in ASRH issues. A guest speaker is also invited to stimulate the discussion and introduce a given topic. The topics discussed include, communication between parents and children, infertility, taking care of yourself as a parent, incest, step children, preparing children for school, sexual abuse and child upbringing among others. A hotline is also provided for listeners who need counseling and support during the program.