For the conservative Co Tu ethnic group in Danang, Vietnam, getting pregnant while unmarried is considered so shameful that expectant single mothers are often ousted from their families and villages and left to look after themselves. In such a hostile environment, it’s sadly not uncommon for single teenage girls to hide their pregnancy and deliver their babies alone and in secret. The consequences of this for both mother and baby can be dire. This important project will provide two sets of workshops on sexual and reproductive health and family planning workshops, over a year, to 70 Co Tu women and girls who are single and pregnant. Participants will learn how to protect themselves and stay healthy during and after pregnancy, and that they don’t have to be ashamed of their circumstances. The girls will be connected with a network of caring, knowledgeable women, and will have access to counselling and support services.