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I am 16years old and I am sexually active. Can I take the daily pill (Levofem)? Asabe asked the team on the outreach at Garki international Market.
Upon further conversation, we asked why she wouldn’t opt for a condom instead and enlightened her on other risk she may be open to. she revealed that she lives with her Aunty (her boss) who will kill her if she finds her with a condom plus her boyfriend gives her money (N100-N200)…

Joy is an 18yr old food seller who has two kids from different fathers and have never heard about family planning. She makes less than N500 daily and practices unsafe abortion every time she finds out she is pregnant as she cannot add to the ones she has.

Musa has two wives and eight children, his faith doesn’t permit his wives to use contraceptives but he is struggling to take care of the kids he has so he avoids his wives to ensure they don’t get pregnant again.

These and many more stories we heard from the outreach at Garki Int. Market. These are the gaps we aim to bridge on our outreaches with the right information and services.

Young People today are making life threatening decisions because the society shys away from talking about these things.

Are you a school owner or you work in a school, we are happy to come give sexual and reproductive health education at your school. Send us a message to discuss further.

Do you have the right information to make informed decisions about your reproductive health? If your answer is No, call Kefas on 08165450188 to book an appointment for a one on one office counseling or catch us next weekend at Garki Old Market.

We are going round markets in Abuja targeting the under-served with reproductive health education. catch us on our next location, call to confirm.

Looking to join this movement? Register below to volunteer
bit.ly/KLFVOLUNTEERS

Kabash Love Foundation in collaboration with Strong enough girls empowerment initiative is inviting individuals who can offer ONE hour of their time in a WEEK to counsel teenagers on sexual and reproductive health. We are organizing a training of trainers sessions in Abuja and Kaduna respectively for volunteers who are willing to become Teen counselors.

The training dates are as follows:

Abuja – February 23rd – 24th
Kaduna – March 9th – 10th

If this looks like something you will like to do, kindly register on the link below. For Abuja residents, please note that we have just 2 more days before training, endeavor to register in good time. Thank You.

Ps. Male counselors are highly encouraged to register, our boys need you. They have tons of unanswered questions no one will ever speak to them about. It is a known fact that fathers never teach their sons sexual education, they end up learning the wrong this from peer pressure. Help them make informed decisions.

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#togetherwecan

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Geneotype Compatibility should NEVER be ignored even when love is strong.
Sickle Cell Anemia is a Genetic disorder that can be avoided. Love is NOT ENOUGH to cause a child pain for the rest of his life. read more on Love and Genotype on twitter. The hash tag to follow is #loveandgenotype
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Happy Valentines Day from all of us at KLF.

World Health Organization (WHO) research indicates that pre-assembled, clean delivery kits with instructions for use could be a vital component in the reduction of neonatal and maternal mortality and morbidity due to cord infection, tetanus, hemorrhage and puerperal sepsis. In response, kabash Love Foundation have been promoting and supporting the use of clean delivery practices.
According to UNICEF, Nigeria loses about 145 women of childbearing age and Over 950,000 newborns per year from infections and complications associated with pregnancy and childbirth.

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Each year, 60 million women worldwide give birth with the help of an untrained traditional birth attendant (TBA), a family member, or with no help at all. Because of these circumstances, we empower TBAs with skills and sterile delivery kit to enable them take safe and infection free deliveries.

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Kabashlovefoundation conducted a community outreach in Kaduna, Ugwan Matari for women and children. Teaching home management of diarrhea, water and sanitation, first Aid management, free testing and treatment of malaria, case management of malnutrition, free counselling and testing of HIV/AIDS, ensuring referral and adherence to drugs.

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so KLF celebrated the international day for the girl child on Tuesday the 11th of oct 2016 at IDU KORO JSS Abuja. It was an interactive learning section for not only the girls but also the boys who had sisters to treat right and soon to be fathers to guide their daughters right. The importance of a girl child education cannot be over emphasized as its one if not the most important thing you could give to a child.

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Staff and management of Kabash Love Foundation celebrating as KLF turned four years old since its incorporation. We are grateful to our sponsors, partners, well wishers and every one who made it possible to achieve all that we have achieved in the course of our journey, we say a very big THANK YOU.

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