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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Helping pastoralists take up family planning

Gospel of spacing children eased cultural suspicion of population control

In Summary

• Solar-powered radio dramas, sermons are preaching the gospel of family planning

• CHVs deliver them with content encouraging the adoption of ideal health practices 

The persistent recurrence of drought forces nomadic and semi-nomadic communities to keep moving. Searching for water and pastures is the norm for them.

Some droughts might be so severe that ...