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Our curriculum covers topics that married girls may have questions about: We also look at the importance of registering births and marriages, as well as managing money. Girl draws a mother and her child.
The programme is not without its challenges. When we first started reaching out to communities, some men were resistant and sceptical of what we were trying to achieve.
Without their husbands on board, girls are unlikely to take part in the programme. So we had to make sure we were also talking to.
Now, we have a male community mobilisation worker who approaches men early on and builds trust with them and the community fo large. Pious brother seeks pious sister.
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