PHOTO: Taking responsibility

PHOTO: Taking responsibility

Thursday, October 10, 2019

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Sandrina Davis (right), general manager, St Patrick's Foundation talks to Almond Litchmore (left ) and her daughter Ashley Thompson during the launch of the 'My Body, My Responsibility' reproductive health campaign at the foundation's head office in Seaview Gardens, Kingston, last week. The six-month campaign is targeting females from 15 – 40 years old in the communities of Seaview Gardens, Riverton City, Olympic Gardens and Waterhouse, as well as other surrounding communities in the Kingston 11 area. It will focus on educating, informing and improving awareness around women's sexual and reproductive health; encouraging young girls and women to take control of their bodies, making good choices and empowering them to make better decisions.

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