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World Contraception Day 2021

As we join the world in commemoration of World Contraception Day, we place focus on Family Planning as a means of improving reproductive health outcomes and socio-economic wellbeing in the communities we serve.
Despite the abundance of Family Planning information in Africa, the burden of unmet needs remains prevalent due to factors such as geographical marginalisation, poverty, and high illiteracy levels among the most vulnerable groups.
To address these gaps, ACHAP works with community health workers, religious leaders, and community gatekeepers in support of community-based distribution of Family Planning (CBDFP) to reach the most seemingly inaccessible populations.
Providing individuals with the right education, resources, and quality counselling enables them make educated decisions for family health and influence positive behaviour change within their communities.

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