“My pull out game is on fleek”- tales on contraception

Is your pull out game fleek


On 26th September, we joined the rest of the world to celebrate World Contraception Day together with Reach A Hand Uganda [RAHU]. We camped at Makerere University’s Mitchell Hall of residence which among student circles is the epicenter of sexual activity that the act is often referred to as ’emilimu gya Mitchell’ which translates to the works of Mitchell [Just to be clear, we are talking about sex].

14456760_1765413407047045_2017037761_o-e1474984817188 The Chairman Mitchell Hall speaks to students on World Contraception Day

RAHU with her peer educators were not only giving out free condoms but they went an extra mile, teaching students how to use the condoms and how to use the different family planning pills and medicines. Harriet, an expert from the Makerere University hospital advised young people to always play it safe and to always consult medical personnel whenever they get any problem concerning the genitals.

14488855_1765413413713711_1059540152_o The medical expert and RAHU…

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Published by bakshikhan

Bakshi Asuman has worked with youth projects since 2007 that focused on mentoring and working with young people with training experience of over 7 years in Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Behavior Change Communication for youth led and youth serving organizations. He is a Master Trainer in Evidence & Right based SRHR and HIV prevention Intervention for youth Behavior change, characteristics of effective interventions, measure effects on outcome level, stigma and discrimination and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for young people are used and Meaningful Youth Participation.

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