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4 February 2017
“Encourage a Woman you Care for to get Screened for Cervical Cancer Today” -Lucien Kouakou
February 4th is World Cancer Day, a day marked to enable all individuals, families, communities, groups and organizations to raise awareness about cancer risk factors, preventive measures that one can ...
"My Experiences Offering Cervical Cancer Outreach Ativities through Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK)" -Melvin Ouyo
Melvin Ouyo is the Hospital Matron at Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK) –Nairobi West clinic. The facility has been implementing the Cervical Cancer Screening and Preventative Therapy (CCSPT) –supported by ...
7 February 2017
The "State of the African Woman Campaign" -Advocating for Women's Rights across the Continent
Monday 7 February 2017, Nairobi, Kenya The IPPF Africa Region Director, Mr. Lucien Kouakou has today launched a kick-off meeting for a new project focusing on women’s rights. The "State ...
14 February 2017
The Demographic Dividend: Reproductive Health and Rights of Adolescents and Youth
Africa’s young people are the primary vehicle for realizing the demographic dividend and the principal engine for fostering development at all levels. An African Union (AU) Assembly decision in January ...
26 January 2017
African Parliamentarians are Key to the Realization of the Demographic Dividend
Thursday 26 January 2017, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Investment in family planning, girls and young women, and investments in young people are crucial elements in Africa’s quest to harnessing the demographic ...
“We are told that Youth are the Leaders of Tomorrow. But when Does Tomorrow Start?” –Michelle Phiri (Malawi)
Michelle Grace Phiri is a 19-year-old university student from Malawi. She is also an active member of the Youth Action Movement (YAM) in her country, and advocate against Child Early ...