Traditional leaders get training on the rights of young women and girls

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By staff reporter

Traditional leaders in Marange Community received training from a local organization to give awareness on the rights of young women and girls.

Speaking to Diamond fm, Aids Health Care Foundation Country Director Doctor Ernest Chikwati said, their main aim is to equip the traditional leaders with knowledge in terms of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases among other health services.

He further stated that, they are going to train young girls as Peer Educators to work in support of young women and girls in that community.

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