Jane Zgambo is a young Malawian lady who is fighting for a place in a 120 family planning leaders which will be chosen all over the world to come together and discuss how family planning services can be made available to all women especially those in rural hard to reach areas. Jane Zgambo is one of these nominated to represent Malawi.
Jane has advocated for provision of oral contraceptives at the community level by community health workers who provide injectable contraceptives to ensure women in underserved communities are able to access contraceptives.
She has also trained 500 health care workers in more than 250 facilities in 15 focus districts in Long-Acting and Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs). This increased uptake of LARCs, resulting in more than 90 percent increase in couple-years of protection.
This young and vibrant lady has also advocated for youth-friendly health services and trained more than 250 peer educators to provide sexual and reproductive health information to fellow youths.
She also ensured commodity security by minimizing stock-outs during program implementation both at community and facility level through supervision of facilities, noting stock levels for possible action.
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