Kenyan youth in Nairobi and Bungoma are being invited to champion the ‘Form Ni Gani’ discourse by freely interacting and talking about sexual and reproductive health care.
The ‘Form Ni Gani’ Campaign kicked off towards the end of April and recently held a photo exhibition at the Kenya National Archives.
The exhibition was hosted by the award-winning Kenyan photojournalist Boniface Mwangi, documented over 60 Kenyans from all walks of life telling their stories on the topics of Sex, Family Planning and Sexual & Reproductive Health Care.
The movement is driven by creatives who magnify the voices of young Kenyans to make the existing support for family planning visible to decision makers. They seek to amplify the Health Act, Section 6(1)(a) which guarantees all Kenyan adults access to reproductive health services, including safe, effective, affordable and acceptable family planning services.
The movement will use comedy, poetry, and graffiti art to create awareness about family planning. Nairobi activities included the photo exhibition, live graffiti and a football tournament with ‘pregnant men’ playing against women. A Form Ni Gani Bungoma concert will be held May 13th, 2018 at Masinde Muliro Stadium.