Young People

Providing Young People Access to Reproductive Health Services is Essential to Reaching FP2020 Goals

If young people are to fulfill their enormous potential, they must be able to take charge of their own reproductive health. Organizations like Copper Rose in Zambia are empowering adolescents and young people to raise awareness about and access to reproductive health services.

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WHO Recommendations on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

This document provides an overview of sexual and reproductive health and rights issues that may be important for the human rights, health and well-being of adolescents (aged 10–19 years) and the relevant World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines on how to address them in an easily accessible, user-friendly format. The document serves as a gateway to the rich body of WHO guidelines, and as a handy resource to inform advocacy, policy and programme/project design and research.

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Interventions for Preventing Unintended, Rapid Repeat Pregnancy Among Adolescents: A Review of the Evidence and Lessons From High-Quality Evaluations

Evidence shows that effective prevention of rapid repeat pregnancy among adolescents links adolescent-friendly clinical contraceptive services with non-clinical interventions that contribute to positive youth development.

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received around the world.

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage in Europe & the U.S.

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received throughout Europe and the United States.

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage in Asia

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received throughout Asia.

Updated on November 16, 2018

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