Progress on Family Planning: Are We Where We Ought to Be?
To reach young people with reproductive health information, Ruth Nvumenta Kavuma, an educationist, women health rights advocate and former Woman MP Kalangala swears by social media.
“You cannot beat it. It works,” she says emphatically explaining that in a social context where young people face stigma when they seek this information and services, they treasure privacy.
This was her experience with a project, Vijana – Minds Up, implemented in part by Mama Alive Initiative (MAI), an organisation she founded to advocate for resources and for greater engagement for maternal, child and reproductive health.
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