WWN Spotlight: Dr Adaeze Ifezulike’s amazing new book- “Understanding Contraception”!

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Every once in a while, the Whole Woman Network community celebrates the achievement, passion and dedication of phenomenal women who have empowered us through their commitment to issues affecting the overall well-being of women, especially black women, at home in Africa and in the diaspora.

Understanding front cover (2)This season, in view of the upcoming International Women’s Day, WWN proudly honours Dr Adaeze Ifezulike, she’s the amazing brain and heart behind the Sexual Wellbeing Network. She is a Family physician/General Practitioner, GP who is passionate about sexual and emotional wellbeing in women.

Dr Adaeze has written a book to further equip women with more insights and knowledge, so that they can make more informed and empowered choices. Her new book: ‘’Understanding Contraception: A guide for black ladies’’ is a must-have for every woman!

Here are some reasons why ‘’Understanding Contraception’’ should be on your ‘must buy’ and ‘must read’ list this 2014:

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7 thoughts on “WWN Spotlight: Dr Adaeze Ifezulike’s amazing new book- “Understanding Contraception”!

  1. JaneM says:

    Brilliant! You deserve the honour Adaeze – you’ve worked so hard to get us all thinking and talking about sexual and emotional wellbeing.


  2. Engee says:

    Big Congrats Dr Ada. That was a well deserving honour in view of your contributions to sexual well being, a very important and not so much talked about topic, with emphasis on the African community. Wishing your more grace for greater strides.


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