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Health Reproductive and Sexual Health Right

SRHR sensitization

Renel Generation Equality campaign sensitized Ada Foah DA Junior High 1 to 3 students due to high rate of teenage pregnancy cases in the school . The Renel Generation Equality campaign has proven to be a crucial intervention at Ada Foah DA Junior High School, as it addresses the pressing issue of teenage pregnancy within the student body. With teenage pregnancy cases on the rise, the need for comprehensive education and awareness among adolescents has become increasingly apparent. The campaign’s outreach efforts have sensitized students from Junior High 1 to 3, providing them with essential knowledge and resources to make informed decisions regarding their sexual and reproductive health. By fostering an open dialogue and imparting crucial information, the campaign aims to empower these students to navigate challenges and risks associated with early pregnancies, ultimately fostering a safer and healthier environment within the school community.

The impact of the Renel Generation Equality campaign on Ada Foah DA Junior High School cannot be overstated. By directly engaging students and raising awareness about the detrimental effects of teenage pregnancy, the campaign has sparked conversations and catalyzed positive change within the school environment. Through workshops, discussions, and educational materials, students have gained valuable insights into the consequences of early parenthood and the importance of contraceptive methods and responsible sexual behavior. As a result, they are better equipped to make informed choices regarding their reproductive health, reducing the likelihood of unplanned pregnancies and empowering them to pursue their educational and personal goals with confidence and resilience.

The CSOs National Forum Engagement

Renel Ghana Foundation meaningfully participated in the ending Gender-Based Violence 2023 which was organised under the theme “Creating safe space for young people through policies that effectively address Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in schools and communities” by The CSOs National Forum.

The Forum created a platform of Gender focused CSOs, Health workers, Educationists and the Social Welfare sector to collectively plan, re-strategize and implement policies that aim to promote ending SGBV among girls, boys and young women everywhere in Ghana.

The big question is “How much are stakeholders ready to invest to end GBV??

We encourage CSO’s to invest into collecting real time data to support advocacy on SGBV.

Also, government should allocate budget for rescuing and reintegration of SGBV victims back into societies through the Social welfare.

Teachers should be well-trained to identify and help school children battling SGBV in their various schools.

Reliable and accessible support services to help victims and survivors of SGBV in Ghana especially girls and young women. The Government of Ghana  should consider the inclusion of cost of treating SGBV victims on the National Health Insurance Scheme.

Let us all come together and advocate for these policies and strategies to become realities.

Menstrual Hygiene

Renel Pad Bank Ghana creates awareness of Menstrual hygiene and donates Sanitary pads to teenage girls of  All Study Groups Ghana, Mawuko Girls Senior High School chapter in Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana.  Royal Africa Generational thinkers also spoke on the theme of the African Girl Child Project helping them realize their full potential and be independent.