The Mothers Club of Dugbuama Section in Kenema and the Fonikoh Youth Development for Progress have met pregnant women at the clinic center in Fonikoh in Kenema and warned them about their welfare and the safety of their unborn children. Speaking to this press, the chairperson of the Mothers Club, Musu Duwei said the meeting was to educate pregnant women and suckling mothers on how to take care of themselves and their babies.She advised pregnant women to regularly visit health centers as that would help them know their health status. She also encouraged them to do their HIV test to know status which she said would be in their interest and in the interest of the unborn children. Ms Duwei advised suckling mothers to be giving the correct and balanced diets to their children and report sickness to the nearest health center as soon as it occurs. She appealed to the mothers to stop giving their children traditional herbs for which she said there was no dosage, adding that an overdose would have a great effect on them. The coordinator of the Fonikoh Youth Development for Progress, Mohamed Faderu Lamin spoke of the dangers of early pregnancy. He said this was becoming commonplace in the community and would lead to high risk of diseases such as HIV/AIDS and related illnesses. He appealed to all to put to help prevent pregnant women and suckling mothers in the community.