Afya Uzazi Quarterly Newsletter October 2019

published on Wednesday 6th of November 2019 01:21:17 PM

In this issue, read about:

  • Chiefs wearing a new hat as they lead campaign for the benefit of mothers and children
  • Local mobile SMS solution to encourage women to attend clinics My sister’s keeper
  • Heroines who empower adolescent mothers It’s the best decision
  • Family planning champions share their stories War on poop in the open
  • Villages celebrate as Baringo makes progress Exclusive breastfeeding: The story of a 21-year-old mother and her twins.

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