by Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli, Pooja S. Parameshwar, Matti Parry et al.
Reproductive Health (2017) 14:85
13 pp. 494 kB
Increasingly, the health and rights of adolescents are being recognized and prioritized on the global agenda. This presents us with a “never-before” opportunity to address adolescent contraception. This is timely, as there are enormous numbers of adolescents who are currently unable to obtain and use contraceptives. From research evidence and programmatic experience, it is clear that we need to do things differently to meet their needs/fulfil their rights. This unprecedented moment in history gives us a real opportunity to bring about transformational change, particularly when there is so much at stake.
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