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Celebrating 8 years of The Mmoho Campaign, March 2022, Durban


Since its launch in 2013, the mmoho campaign had the honour of celebrating its 8th year anniversary with friends and partners alike of the campaign. Mmoho Steering Committee member Siphesihle Bhengu commemorated this great milestone by hosting a youth dialogue in his province of Kwa-Zulu Natal that was attended by 24 young people from across the province. The purpose of the engagement was to share the strides made by the campaign since its inception, rebranding updates, and an invitation for all partners, especially young people to continue engaging and contributing to the success of the campaign. The session was also an opportunity to facilitate a conversation about finding solutions to improve access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information and services in the province, particularly on the rising number of unplanned pregnancies, the incidence rate of HIV/STIs, and unsafe abortions that have been accessed by young people.

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Youth working with mmoho, March 2022, Johannesburg


Dynamic Youth Crew also known as DYC founded by Mr. Tshweu Mosedi a long-standing partner of the mmoho campaign hosted a youth-led dialogue that focused on the re-introduction of the mmoho campaign to young people who have previously been part of the campaign but were unable to participate in campaign-related activities due to the restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic. Part of the day’s program focused on the re-launch of the slogan and taglines in commemoration of mmoho’ s 8th year anniversary. Additionally, the event created a platform for young people to engage and discuss relevant messaging for a variety of topics including HIV and teenage pregnancy.

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March against unsafe and illegal abortions, February 2022, Rustenburg


In February 2022, Ibis and the mmoho campaign participated and supported the march against unsafe and illegal abortions. This was conducted in partnership with the National Department of Health as part of our efforts to improve and expand safe abortion provision across South Africa. The march began at the Rustenburg Municipal offices and ended at the Rustenburg taxi rank where the crowd was addressed by various MECs and the Mayor emphasising the importance of making use of public health facilities.