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Candice Taylor, joined the Jamaica Family Planning Association (JFPA) Youth Advocacy Movement (YAM) at age 15. Three years later, She educates her peers about SRHR with hopes that they make more informed choices.
“FAMPLAN provides the space or capacity for young people who they engage on a regular basis to grow — whether through outreach, rap sessions, educational sessions. The organization provides them with an opportunity to grow and build their capacity as it relates to advocating for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) amongst their other peers,” she said.
Dr. Stewart McKoy has dedicated his life to ensuring the needs of both men and women are equally represented in the provision of healthcare at the Jamaica Family Planning Association (JFPA).
Jamaica Family Planning Association Youth Officer Fiona Francis is making an impact, one person at a time.
Mario Boothe was 22 and fresh out of college when he signed up to be part of the Jamaica Family Planning Association (JFPA) Youth Advocacy Movement (YAM) five years ago.
From their inception, cultural barriers and stigma have threatened the work of the Jamaica Family Planning Association (JFPA). Nurse Boyd-Brown talks about her time at JFPA.