Weekly Domingo reported on 24 June that the Girls Diary was launched in Nampula province and youngsters were happy to receive their copies. "I had a diary, but not as rich as this one. In this one I can record my personal stories and learn more about reproductive health, domestic violence and human rights," says Carolina Rufino, an 18-year-old student who received a diary. The report notes that the UNFPA-supported Geracao Biz Programme produced the diaries. Ms. Astrid Bant is quoted as saying, "Thanks to the Geracao Biz programme, we see encouraging signs of change in terms of gender equity among boys and girls, but we must continue working to end early pregnancies, forced marriages and curb the incidence of HIV."