Chama cha Uzazi na Malezi Bora Tanzania (UMATI) is a prominent non-governmental organization (NGO) in Tanzania dedicated to promoting family planning, sexual and reproductive health, and comprehensive sexuality education. Established in 1959, UMATI has played a vital role in advancing reproductive health and family planning services in the country. UMATI’s mission centers on ensuring that all Tanzanians have access to high-quality reproductive health services, information, and education, empowering them to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive lives. The organization operates with a strong commitment to gender equality, women’s rights, and youth empowerment. One of UMATI’s core activities is providing a wide range of family planning services, including counseling, contraceptives, and reproductive health education. These services are critical in helping individuals and couples plan their families and control the spacing of their children, contributing to maternal and child health and overall well-being. UMATI is also deeply engaged in comprehensive sexuality education, offering programs and resources to educate young people about sexual health, consent, and safe practices. By promoting knowledge and understanding of sexuality, UMATI aims to reduce teenage pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections, and unsafe abortions among Tanzanian youth. Its unwavering commitment to providing services, education, and advocacy has made it a vital player in improving the health and well-being of Tanzanians, particularly in matters related to reproductive health and family planning.

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