Balanced reporting key in advancing sexual health
Contributed by NAMPA.
WINDHOEK, 18 FEB (NAMPA) – The media is duty-bound to report on available data, facts and statistics on sexual and reproductive health with a view to advance it.
This is according to Voices for Choices and Rights Coalition co-founder, Ndilokelwa Nthengwe, who was speaking at a reproductive justice sensitisation workshop here on Wednesday.
Nthengwe also emphasised that journalists should ensure that there is a considerable amount of objectivity in such reporting.
“The media has the respon ...