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Actual Progress Report about the new Family Planning Programme in Karonga
Due to the current situation in Malawi, including the still high inflation and a severe shortage of fuel, the activities of our family planning programme must continue under difficult conditions.
Nevertheless, we were able to reach an ever-
● For example, the Pamoza team nurse, Elvas Njalainandi Kamanga, has visited the health centres in Nyungwe and Iponga a total of 65 times.
● During these visits, various contraceptives were distributed or administered to
well over 2,000 people, including modern contraceptives such as implants, three-
● In order to meet the ever-
● As before, we continue to use radio programmes and social media to make the messages of the family planning project accessible to a population group as large as possible. To this end, further radio programmes were produced which broadcast, focusing on sexual and reproductive health, the negative consequences of early pregnancies, HIV/AIDS prevention and the effects of unchecked population growth.
Group Village Kamtenthenga, TA Wasambo-
In my area, there has been a high prevalence of unplanned pregnancies which often lead to early marriages. The project has played a significant role in reducing unplanned pregnancies as youths now have learnt more on SRH which includes how they can prevent unplanned pregnancies. So this is a good thing for our communities.
© by Pamoza
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