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Sexual and Reproductive Health

SaCoDé uses the Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) model to sell washable and reusable sanitary pads in the community. Using this approach, women are encouraged to save to meet certain needs they are unable to meet on their own. Menstrual pads and sanitary pads are among the items women need during their menstrual period and after childbirth. With this approach, SaCoDé engages its beneficiaries, especially girls and women, in this collective process. 

SMS communication

Education and raising awareness of young adolescents and couples with cell phones on SRHR via SMS

Education of VSLAs on SRHR

Education and raising awareness of young people and women in VSLA on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) through mass sensitization, video screenings and distribution of educational pamphlets

Community health workers

Education and raising awareness of young people and women on SRHR through community health workers and trained peer educators who serve as relays in the community

Family planning

Family planning education and support for women who adhere to contraceptives via community health workers