In an effort to cover a large gap, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th.) took the initiative in 1998 to organize the first Public Sexual Health Center in Greece, the Center for Sexual Dysfunctions. Following a particularly successful and productive course, the Centre expands and in the year 2000 changes its name into Sexual and Reproductive Health Society (SRHS/ ΚΕ.Σ.Α.Υ.). In 2008, SRHS celebrated its 10 years of life and actions. Within the context of its 10th anniversary, a video has been created showing instants from this precious decade, as well as a scrapbook with all its actions.