Voices from Uganda
Tales of Reproductive Health

Perpetwa Nakabugo

“Because I’m planning my family, I’m able to work for my children. I would like my children’s lives to be better, not like mine.”

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Nataliya Nakawooya

“I would like all the women to get the family planning method, especially Sayana Press, so they can get peace of mind — their lives can be better.”

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Margaret Nakanjakke

“The people down here, they are capable of being anyone … but they need help. Ignorance is the worst disease …”

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Amanda Banura

“If I had known, perhaps I was lucky I did not get pregnant when I was raped, but then there are those who are not lucky at all.”

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Jackqueline Bwire Nabwire

“When I talk to the fellow women, I am moved to serve them, and that’s why I decided to do this kind of work.”

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Immaculate

“Sometimes you would go [to the clinic] and there were many people, and you would have to wait. … Once I went and there were no [contraceptive] commodities.”

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Eunice

“What inspired me to use family planning is I see so many other girls in this village who get pregnant … and when they get pregnant they can’t continue with school.”

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Betty Namanya

“We want first to see if we can be able to care of Johnathan, take him to school .… then we shall have another child.”

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Sharon Ngadire

“I want a better future for them. That’s why I’m spacing them.”

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