The Bundelkhand Development Society (BDS) NGO is committed to promoting awareness about population control and birth control in rural areas. We recognize that access to family planning and contraceptives is critical to improving maternal and child health, reducing poverty, and promoting sustainable development.
To spread awareness about these issues, we have formed a team of volunteers who are working to organize seminars and street plays in a communicative and acceptable manner. We believe that interactive events can be an effective way to engage community members and raise awareness about the positive impacts of family planning and contraceptive use.
Our team of volunteers is trained on issues related to population control and birth control. They provide information on the different types of contraceptives available, how to use them, and their benefits. They also address common myths and misconceptions about family planning and promote the importance of informed decision-making.
In addition to spreading awareness, we also provide access to family planning services to those in need. We work with local health providers to ensure that people have access to a range of contraceptive options, including long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs). We also provide counseling and support to those who are considering family planning or who have questions about contraceptive use.
Through our efforts, we aim to promote reproductive health and rights in rural areas, empowering individuals and families to make informed decisions about their health and well-being. By promoting family planning and contraceptive use, we hope to improve maternal and child health, reduce poverty, and promote sustainable development in the communities we serve.