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Virtual Support App Aya Contigo Reaches Milestone of 1,000 Users

Updated: 2 days ago

Aya Contigo is a virtual support app from Vitala Global, which was launched in March 2022 to address inequalities in matters affecting women, adolescents and people of childbearing potential in Venezuela. After a successful launch period, we are delighted to have reached our first milestone of 1000 users.

Already 1000 users have turned to the Aya Contigo app and obtained support, either to help them make contraceptive decisions or to accompany them virtually throughout their abortion process, from the app. Aya Contigo's dedicated and experienced team works to ensure a virtually safe space to seek help and advice.

Dr Roopan Gill, co-founder of Vitala Global, he commented: "This is such a significant milestone for us, showing that not only are we able to reach the clients who need Aya's support the most, but more importantly, we are developing a support network for women in an area where health inequalities are high. A huge thank you to our entire team around the world and to everyone who has made this possible."

What's Next for Aya Contigo?

The Aya Contigo team is continually developing the app to ensure that the experience for those who use it is as seamless as possible and to ensure that those who use it have the support they need at the right time. With live chat functionality, an interactive questionnaire to determine the right support and a fantastic network of alliances that users can be referred to, Aya Contigo she is confident that the app will become a much-needed virtual support "companion" throughout what is a complex and emotionally challenging decision-making process for women.

How Does the App Work?

The Aya Contigo app can be downloaded directly from the Play Store and does not require any personal information. Designed together with 1,000 Venezuelan women and dozens of feminist, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) organizations, the app virtually accompanies women through a safe abortion process and empowers their future contraceptive decisions.



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