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THE SIFCA FOUNDATION educates the students of Dabakala on the risks of teenage pregnancies

THE SIFCA FOUNDATION educates the students of Dabakala on the risks of teenage pregnancies

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110 cases of teenage pregnancies were recorded in the city of Dabakala alone, in the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year. A score that the SIFCA Foundation wishes to reduce and organized, on Thursday, April 29th, 2021, an awareness session for middle and high school students in the city.

Organized around the theme "For my academic success, I am responsible", this day was intended to be an opportunity to discuss clearly and openly with the students on the dangers of early pregnancy both in terms of physical health and socioeconomic health.

Anxious to bring their contribution to the project, many professionals joined the SIFCA Foundation delegation led by Mrs. Henriette GOMIS-BILLON, Secretary General. Among them, Ms. Khady CISSE a state-certified midwife, committed to the Promotion of Child, Women's and Family Health and author of the “Super Mousso” agenda, of Dr. Issa KARAMA Gynecologist, work physician from SIFCA, Dr AKA school physician from Dabakala and Mr. Coulibaly Moussa from the Dabakala social center.

Their interventions were followed by a series of testimonies and exhortations, made by Mrs. Florence KONE of the Advantage Communication Agency, and Mrs. ATTA Diallo Hortense, Vice-President of Nanguy Abrogoua University.

A day rich in sharing, which ended with the baptism of the Health Committee of the Modern High School of Dabakala, whose main mission will be to educate students on the issue of pregnancies in schools.