Young People Today: Time to Act Now. ©UNESCO ED 2014
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Young People Today: Time to Act Now

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Sexual behavior

An initiative that brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies.

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Place/Country: Various countries
Type: Educational
Production: UNAIDS, co-producer ; UNFPA, co-producer ; UNICEF, co-producer ; World Health Organization, co-producer ; GIZ, co-producer ; Ford Foundation, co-producer ; Government of Sweden, co-producer ; IPPF, co-producer ; Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, co-producer ; Church of Sweden, co-producer ; INRELA, co-producer ; Eastern African Community, co-producer ; Southern African Development Community, co-producer ; UNESCO Education Sector, co-producer.
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