To tackle this problem, Dorcas Consolation Family partners with Days for Girls and together we’re breaking down barriers and shattering limitations for girls and women, so that every girl and woman, everywhere has the chance to step into her power.
The goal is to improve educational and livelihood outcomes for women and girls by
promoting the menstrual health. The improvement is done through innovating, educating,
partnering, advocating in order to create ripples of change.
DCF and DfG use community-based approach such as Youth Corners and Sexual
Reproductive Health and Rights Clubs in Schools to deal with pressing challenges related to
adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRHR) including Early onset of sexual
intercourse, Teenage pregnancy, Unsafe abortion, Having risky sex, and low levels of
contraceptive use. The result of comprehensive reproductive health is to help rural girls and
women to access menstrual health products, acquire skills and support they need to stay in
school, pursue income-generating opportunities and experience improved upward mobility.