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Monitor Your Baby's Health

Monitor Your Baby's Health And Progress Together

Visiting an antenatal clinic together will help you and your partner monitor your baby's progress together. During the second trimester (4-6 months) of pregnancy, your partner may have an ultrasound. This allows you to see the baby's head, arms, hands, legs and feet. You may even find out the sex of the baby. During the third trimester (7-9 months) of pregnancy, ask how you can help during the delivery.

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About Brothers for Life

Brothers for Life promote positive male norms and encourage the uptake of health services such as Medical Male Circumcision (MMC), Men taking up HIV Testing, Consistent condom use by Men and reduction of sexual partners. The campaign mobilises men to actively engage in activities to address Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in their communities.