The Global Reach of ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’

By April Peavey | Public Radio International: The World |

Diana Namumbejja Abwoye started translating the Ugandan version of “Our Bodies, Ourselves” in 2012.  That was a year after she received a copy of the book as a birthday present.

She says she had “never read anything about women’s health, sexuality and birth control. So, when I read this book, I learned so much. It changed my life. So, I wanted to pass on this information to other women.”

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