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Let’s end early and unintended pregnancy for Eastern and Southern Africa

 

 

Imagine an Eastern and Southern Africa region where all adolescents are empowered and have the knowledge, information, agency and support to prevent early and unintended pregnancy and reach their full potential.

 

Sheila Khama

  • Former commissioner and traditional healer

  • South Africa

  • Sheila talks about discriminatory policies and their negative impact on adolescents who experience EUP, and how they can be prevented through policy change and improved access to CSE and SRH services.

Ilda Simões

  • Former school administrator

  • Mozambique

  • Ilda talks about engaging parents and communities in the decision-making process for CSE and SRH policy implementation, and how this leads to more effective and enforceable policies for EUP prevention and school re-entry.

Caroline Boraya

  • Youth activist

  • Kenya

  • Caroline talks about how young people need someone they can trust to give them accurate information about pregnancy and sexual health.

Mbulelo Dyasi

  • Religious leader

  • South Africa

  • Mbuelo talks about how discriminatory policies carry significant negative consequences for adolescents who experience EUP, and society as a whole.

Peris Karuga

  • School administrator

  • Kenya

  • Peris talks about how comprehensive sexuality education and open communication will protect students’ health, reduce rates of early pregnancy, and keep them in school.

Rudo Msipa Mhonde

  • Data analyst and parent

  • Zimbabwe

  • Rudo talks about showing your children you care about their well-being by talking to them about things that affect their health--Including sex.

Rev. Phumzile Mabizela

  • Religious leader

  • South Africa

  • Phumzile talks about the need for accurate information, including about contraception, and how it can improve young women’s health and well-being.

Bafana Khumalo

  • Activist and policy advocate

  • South Africa

  • Bafana talks about the need to involve men and boys in the conversation about sexual health and reproduction, and work across sectors to ensure access to necessary services is achieved.

Shellsy Baronet

  • Artist

  • Mozambique

  • Shellsy talks about encouraging young people to take control of their future by learning about safe sex and their options for contraception and other SRH services.

Longton Jamil Hashim

  • Social media influencer

  • Kenya

  • Jamil talks about the importance of re-entry policies for pregnant and childbearing girls and how they can benefit both young people and communities, leading to higher educational attainment.

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