We wish to educate and empower with knowledge young South African women under the ages of 25 regarding unplanned and excessive fertility. The consequences can put a strain on a country’s resources and its ability to provide essential services such as welfare aid, healthcare, housing and education. We believe that through awareness young women should be educated, on making informed decisions regarding when to have children and how many one should have. Overall, we intend to help focus young women on self-development such as education, career and independency.
We believe that voluntary birth control can be an effective tool, in helping our country to overcome its socio-economic challenges ranging from over-population, poverty, unemployment, homelessness and crime. All of the above can be possible through collective participation, taking initiative and the acknowledgment of our responsibilities as South Africans, thus improving the standard of living for all.