Public’s response to the Cervical Cancer campaign

Blisse Mutoni, 11, Remera Academy Primary School P.6. “Since all Primary Six girls had to be vaccinated, I was so scared because I had no way of escaping the vaccination and I was told that it was very helpful for my health and so I went for vaccination.”
L-R : Blisse Mutoni ; Arch-Angel Iragire ; Dian Rutayisire ; Annet Nampijja ; Manasseh Sebega
L-R : Blisse Mutoni ; Arch-Angel Iragire ; Dian Rutayisire ; Annet Nampijja ; Manasseh Sebega

Blisse Mutoni, 11, Remera Academy Primary School P.6.

“Since all Primary Six girls had to be vaccinated, I was so scared because I had no way of escaping the vaccination and I was told that it was very helpful for my health and so I went for vaccination.”

Arch-Angel Iragire, Kanombe resident.

“The decision of investing in the health of the young generation is very important.”

Dian Rutayisire, 11, Remera Academy Primary School P.6.

“My parents never hesitated when I told them about the vaccination that I was about to take.”

Annet Nampijja, Remera Academy Primary School teacher.

“Convincing the pupils was not easy but after explaining the dangers that they could face with the disease, they understood why they needed to get vaccinated.”

Manasseh Sebega, Remera Academy Primary School teacher.”

“I have not received any cases of parents complaining or who have refused their children to get vaccinated.”

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