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Twiteho Amagara, ‘Let’s Take Care of Our Health’

Twiteho Amagara ensures that women and youth have access to essential health services in Burundi’s Cibitoke, Kayanza, and Ngozi provinces. The project integrates sexual and reproductive health services with gender-based violence prevention, mental health services, and nutrition programs for mothers and children. Pathfinder improves the skills of health providers to offer quality maternal health care and prevention and early detection of cervical cancer.

Project Date: 2019 - 2022
Funder: The European Union (through HealthNet TPO as consortium lead)
Country: Burundi
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30% of married women aged 15- 49 have an unmet need for contraception.

DHS, 2016-2017

23% of married women are using modern contraceptives.

The World Bank, 2016-2017

Women in Burundi have an average of 5.5 children.

DHS, 2016-2017

56% of children under five in Burundi have chronic malnutrition.

DHS, 2016-2017

What We Do

  • Contribute to increasing universal access to health services at the community level, including sexual and reproductive health.
  • Increase access to quality holistic reproductive health programs for the general population, especially women and youth.

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