Access to contraception as collective responsibility

Unique opportunity for adoescents

Access to contraception as collective responsibilityBioMedCentral Universal access to contraceptives is still no reality at all. Adolescents are affected disproportionately from this gap, with far-reaching consequences for their reproductive and economic development as well as for their children and the society in which they live. The international community has recognized this and declared it to a top priority in the SDGs as well as in the recently held family planning summit: Through action, new methods and extended approaches, everything have to be done to enable the right for contraception to all young people. (Photo: TIZEZEW, campaigns to end child marriage, Ethiopia / UK Department for International Development / flickr, CC BY 2.0)

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