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Improving Youth Friendly Health Services

Since the end of 2021, we have been implementing a new family planning programme (FPP) with our local partner PAMOZA in the Karonga district in northern Malawi, which on the one hand continues the related activities we started in 2013. On the other hand, existing and newly founded youth clubs are to be integrated into the project in order to be able to offer youth-friendly health services on a broader basis. However, in the context of this project, we had to realize that the few existing youth clubs that are dealing with sexual health issues are largely dysfunctional. In addition, there are only very few contact persons for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues in the youth clubs, the few that exist are not sufficiently trained and the individual clubs are not networking with each other.

This situation gave rise to the concept of extending the idea of the youth center established in 2017 at St. Mary's Girls School to a network of specially trained peer groups.  This network of peer groups will be established in a new project, thus allowing an improved and sustainable offer of youth-friendly health services.

The most important figures of this new project:

Region:           Karonga and Chipita districts, Northern Malawi.

Duration:        July 2022 to December 2023

Budget:          approx. 80,000 €, including BMZ funding

Local partner: Pamoza Tingakwaniska

The main objectives of the project:

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The team of Pamoza Tingakwaniska

© by Pamoza

In the meantime, we have received funding for this project from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Nevertheless, we are still dependent on your donations so that we can reliably finance our own share for this project.