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Tonny Muziira, Youth Chairperson for Universal Health Care Africa: “Governments should make SRH information and services essential services for young people, or else we may have a baby boom post COVID-19.”
A woman participates in the Nyalungana swamp reclamation activities, part of the Tuendelee Pamoja (Moving Forward Together) program, part of USAID's Development Food Assistance Program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Guttmacher and UNFPA/Avenir experts estimate a 12-month contraceptive supply chain disruption resulting in 15 million unintended pregnancies in low- and middle-income countries. Photo: Tanya Martineau, Prospect Arts, Food for the Hungry
Small commercial drug shops are often the first line of health care in low- and middle-income countries, especially in rural areas. Photo: FHI 360.
A group of youth advocates meet with their mentor in Central Region of Malawi to share progress, challenges, and best practices. Photo credit: Michael Kaitoni, Plan International Malawi.
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Participants in an Anyaka Makwiri mentoring session. Photo: FHI 360.
Photo: Patrick Mwesigy, courtesy of Family Planning 2020
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