Sexual and Reproductive Health is one of the things that society has not been fair to adolescents about especially in our African Society. Not talking about it is causing more harm than good.
As part of our celebration of the World menstrual Hygiene Day 2023, we distributed 4000 pads to girls in rural communities and in continuation of our activism and advocacy for more awareness on Menstruation, Menstrual hygiene management and Sexual and Reproductive Health we partnered with Education as a Vaccine EVA on a campus program tagged “Getting Smart with Your Smartphones; Maximizing Your Sexual and Reproductive Health Through Apps”. Understanding how we can take control of our body is instrumental to healthy leaving.
It was a huge success.
We are grateful to Education as a Vaccine (EVA) Abuja and other collaborators that made this a success.
Thank you all as we work together to better the society.
Video from the event