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Purnima Mane: ‘I Have Seen My Friends Die’: Why We Need to Talk Frankly About Girls’ Reproductive Health

In virtually every country in the world, there are disproportionate barriers for young people — particularly young women — when they seek contraception or access to information and commodities to practice safer sex. And this must stop.

Read more: Contraception, Reproductive Health, Adolescent Girls, Family Planning, Sexual Health, London Family Planning Summit, World Population Day, Impact News

via Health on Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/purnima-mane/i-have-seen-my-friends-di_b_3568785.html

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