Wure, Were, Werle: The 3W Safe Motherhood Game

By | June 3, 2011

PLAN International Senegal teaches maternal wellness using a board game called Wure, Were, Werle, aka The 3W Safe Motherhood Game. The game teaches various lessons in taking care of yourself during pregnancy and birth, as well as potential factors that could cause harm or death. The initial plan and a description of the board game can be found in this 2001 Global Health…

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Wure, Were, Werle: The 3W Safe Motherhood Game

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  1. Pubchocolategranate

    I am in one of those groups the girl wihutot kids when most of her friends are having them.A couple things I would say is let your friends know you still want to hang out. I think it has made me feel awkward not knowing if my pregnant friends are comfortable going out for drinks when they’re not drinking (they are!), or how much they feel like doing pregnant (how late they want to be out, what kinds of things they’re up for). So, start by initiating!Obviously, your life will change in a drastic way, but I think it’s important to let your friends know you still value them and respect the relationship, by not talking babies 24/7 and staying involved in their lives (their hobbies, priorities, work, etc). Maybe this goes wihutot saying, and I don’t personally have any friends that do this, but I do know some people who cannot stop talking about their kids ever, and I think that becomes a big turn off after a while.Since getting married, I’ve noticed that my relationship with a few single girl friends has changed significantly, and some didn’t change a bit. I’d guess it will be the same for you!I wish more of my friends with kids would talk about this stuff!

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