Youth Tackle Sex Taboos in Senegal
A drive to raise awareness, increase stocks of contraceptives, and provide youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services has led to a rapid rise in the number of women and girls on birth control, reports Kieran Guilbert for the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 17 October 2017
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Midwife Fatim Fall speaks at a health centre in Dahra, Senegal on September 29, 2017.