Tékponon Jikuagou means “doing everything possible to prevent infant mortality” in the local language of Adja in Benin.
We strive to involve communities in reproductive health interventions that improve wellbeing.
On a sunny afternoon in the Siraha District of Nepal, a group of young men gathered on the edge of their community to play a card game as they kept an eye on their children playing nearby. The scene was nothing unusual until the group’s leader started to lead the men in a discussion about menstruation, ovulation, and cervical secretions. They were playing the Menstrual Cycle Game. Though the game was new to them, it has been played countless times in countries around the world.