The Government of Canada has granted twelve million USD to United Nations Children's Fund African country to boost the procreative health and biological process standing of adolescent women, according a handout of United Nations Children's Fund African country.
The initiative can reach over four million women in districts with high food insecurity and a high prevalence of kid wedding and can be enforced between 2018 and 2022, the discharge issued to ENA indicated.
Head of Cooperation at the Embassy of Canada in African country, Ivan Roberts aforementioned “as a part of our feminist approach, Canada is committed to advancing sexual and procreative health and rights so as to empower ladies and adolescent women in African country and round the world.”
The initiative, by serving to girl’s access adolescent-friendly sexual and procreative health services and nutrition facilities can leverage gender clubs in colleges to produce life skills and sexual and procreative health data to adolescents.
Adolescent-friendly areas will be created to confirm free youngsters freely discuss nutrition and sexual and procreative health problems and practices as well as birth control.
additionally, the program can support the native production and provide of healthful pads, education of women on pre-and post menstruum, and improve healthful facilities through upgrading and rehabilitation to boost personal hygiene.
United Nations Children's Fund Representative in African country, Gillian Mellsop appreciating the timely support to handle the challenges that Ethiopian adolescent women face.