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Through the CCP-led program Merci Mon Héros (which means “thank you, my hero” in French), young people in Africa are producing videos that thank their parents, friends and others who helped them through reproductive health challenges.
CCP has developed a new tool for parents of Indonesian teens designed to help them navigate uncomfortable conversations with their children about sexual and reproductive health.
For World Contraception Day, Tlaleng Mofokeng, a doctor and activist in South Africa, and CCP’s Susan Krenn had a lively discussion of sexual and reproductive health, taboos and leadership.
Ujjiban, CCP’s program in Bangladesh, is aiming to make conversations about sexual and reproductive health easier and less taboo for adolescents, giving them the information they need to make healthy decisions.
Indonesian adolescents have few places to turn for quality information about sexual and reproductive health. A new website aims to address that.
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