In order to disseminate more information about issues of concern, provide suggestions and ideas to address them at a given time within their communities and other communities, the literacy beneficiaries produced a local newsletter called MUSOOLU KAO which means "the voice of women". It has made considerable changes among community behaviours based on the identification of health problems, risk behaviours, traditional practices and beliefs of communities, and the income generating comparative advantages of the community.
The women have now gained more exposure to factual material on how to improve their health. They are also guided by their confidence and worldly experience to objectively write about what affects them, about how to go about solving problems, about making ends meet without much strain, and about making life better for them and their families. The quarterly newsletter is a continuous activity for the literacy participants. The past issues focused on malnutrition, female genital mutilation, food security, HIV/AIDS and women, Sexually transmitted infections, gender inequalities between men and women, its effects and remedies to curb the situation and the current socio-economic situation of women the country. The newsletter is written and edited by literacy participants with assistance from supervisors of the program.