ABOUT THE PROJECT
The CSE4ALL Project is targeted at providing relevant and timely sexual and reproductive health information to 1,000 young people between the ages of 10-24. By creating a platform to facilitate dialogue between policy makers, youth advocates, service providers on specific SRHR policies and the critical role they play in addressing SRHR/maternal health challenges in Ghana, this project hopes to contribute to an increased awareness of maternal mortality and unplanned pregnancy.
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Francis is currently studying communications as an undergraduate student at the African University College of Communications in Accra and is a Project Officer at Curious Minds Ghana. He has worked extensively with global organizations, including Marie Stopes International, Ipas, and DKT International, under the Reducing Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Project (R3M). He has served in various capacities as a peer educator, facilitator, communications officer, youth ambassador, and youth counselor for sexual and reproductive services. He strongly believes in using the media as a tool for development and is actively involved in radio and TV broadcasts at Curious Minds Ghana. Francis is also currently serving as the country coordinator at the International Youth Alliance on Family Planning (IYAFP).