Infertility is a growing problem around the world. Infertility can lead to shame, stigma, anxiety, depression, low feelings of self-esteem, and guilt. While there are now many options to treat infertility, many still can’t access these due to the cost of treatment and lack of services, which leaves them vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. However, what can we do in our power to improve our chances?
4 to 8 March 2015 marks School Health Week in South Africa. Our Health-e News TV unit produced this insert on Teenage Pregnancy for Morning Live (SABC2).
Teachers and nurses work closely together in this national programme to ensure that children get basic healthcare in schools.