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  • 98% of women in Ghana get pregnant by accident - Catholic Relief Services
  • The Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in Ghana has
    disclosed that about 98 percent of women
    between the ages of 15 to 49 get pregnant by
    accident.
    According to a representative of CRS, Kris Ozar,
    he said lack of inadequate support from husbands
    and also perceived fear of the side effects
    associated with the use of modern contraception
    had been some of the causes of the unplanned
    pregnancies.
    He disclosed this during a recent dissemination
    workshop on Strengthening Marriages and
    Relationships through Planning and
    Communications (SMART) couple and Fertility
    Awareness Method (FAM) project in Tamale.
    The event was organised by CRS and the Ghana
    Health Service.
    Mr. Ozar stated that about 50 percent of girls
    from the Sub-Saharan Africa countries marry and
    start childbearing during their adolescent ages
    with least resources and no decision-making
    power in the household, which affect the family
    well-being.
    The SMART project implemented in West
    Mamprusi in the Northern Region and the Nabdam
    District in the Upper East Region was to train
    couples on better ways to communicate and to
    adopt joint decision making on family planning.
    Mr. Andrews Asamoah, the Project Manager for
    SMART Couples, said couples who adopted the
    new behaviours and communication techniques
    were better and able to plan to improve their
    health and well-being of their entire family.
    He said the SMART Couples Project had helped
    the young couples and demonstrated the highest
    improvements in gender relations and dynamics,
    male involvement in child health, birth-spacing
    and joined in health decision-making.
    Catholic Relief Services is a humanitarian aid
    organisation, which helps the poor and vulnerable
    by responding to major emergencies and also
    helps to fight hunger and disease.

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