It’s a celebration of female anatomy and all its complexities. Fertility as well as infertility. Sex, and lack of up front sexual eduation.
Stories about surviving cancer and people who died trying. How can we help each other with these challenges?
We propose a day in which the world discusses openly what has been, what is and what might be. A day where we put aside our prejudices and learn more about our anatomy, acknowledge our health professionals and generously, sensitively, intelligently, create a more enlightened future.
Hospitals, Schools, Individuals, Women’s and Health Organisations are welcome to contact me to discuss participating.
If you plan to celebrate the day, please complete the form below and I will send you some useful information. Please state IGAD as the subject line.