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UNDP / UNFPA / UNICEF / WHO / World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP)
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 23
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Adolescents are unique. They need quality health services that recognize this. It’s time for
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 23
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Effective sexuality education in adolescence delivers positive health outcomes for life, supports healthy values, attitudes and self-esteem.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 23
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Across more than 80 countries, million of girls aged 9 to 14 are now able to get vaccinated against , which is the leading cause of cervical cancer.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 22
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Leyla Hussein is now a psychotherapist and women’s rights activist. When she was young, she was forced to undergo female genital mutilation
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 22
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The world now has more young people than ever before, including 1.2 billion adolescents. Their health will be critical for achieving . It’s time for adolescent health to come of age:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 22
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DYK: Pregnancy and childbirth complications are the leading cause of death among 15-19 year old girls
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 22
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How effective is SMS for providing sexual health information to young people? A new research project in and aims to find out:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 22
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Adolescence is a highly formative time in our personal development. It can shape health risks and patterns of healthy behaviours for life
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 22
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No woman should die from a preventable disease. Cervical is the 4th most common cancer among women, entirely preventable through vaccination of girls and timely screening later in life.
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Aumento del acceso y mejora de la calidad en la atención del aborto en Latinoamérica mediante las tareas compartidas y la colaboración interprofesional 26 de septiembre del 2018. 10:00 h CDMX/ 12:00 h Buenos Aires/ 17:00 h Ginebra. Acudir al enlace:
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UNFPA Bangladesh Sep 24
Cervical Cancer is preventable. Ensuring adolescent girls’ HPV vaccination can reduce the burden of the disease significantly speakers said at the dissemination of the "National Strategy for Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control in Bangladesh 2017-2022".
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UN Women 15h
A better world for women & girls is a better world for all. Our guide to has everything you need to know on gender equality:
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EuropeAid Sep 24
Violence against women & girls is a global pandemic. But it CAN be stopped. Update your profile 📸 now with a avatar 👇to show your support and be part of a global movement that says NO to violence against women & girls everywhere!
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus @ #UNGA Sep 24
It is simply no longer acceptable that any woman die from , a preventable & treatable disease. We have all the tools we need to eliminate it. We need to work together, invest more and make vaccination, screening and treatment more effective and affordable
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World Health Organization (WHO) 24h
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Vaccination of young adolescents against HPV is safe and prevents . Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the cause of cervical and is the most common sexually transmitted infection.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 24
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Nearly 90% of women who die from have poor access to prevention, screening and treatment. Take a stand against inequality!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 24
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 24
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can be cured. Using health services to check for is key, Early diagnosis and prompt treatment has a higher potential for cure.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 24
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can be prevented. can be prevented. can be prevented. can be prevented. can be prevented. can be prevented. can be prevented.
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