Helping young people take charge of their bodies, their lives, our world

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When supported and empowered, young people can change the world. “I want to help Uganda,” says Edith Nambalirwa, a peer educator. “If I cannot do it with money, let me do it with knowledge.” © UNFPA ESARO/Corrie Butler (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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Angie wants other young people to learn about their health and bodies. © Paco Chuquiure (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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After learning about sexual and reproductive health, Takhona is educating her community. © UNFPA Eswatini (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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Family planning enabled Elizabeth Balang to go back to school. ©UNFPA South Sudan/Arlene Alano (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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Shaina has seen the consequences of teen pregnancy: “Some stop pursuing their education and their job opportunities diminish. (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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Sangita has stopped more than a dozen child marriages. © UNFPA Nepal/Dhana Bahadur Lamsal (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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Matovu runs his own business, and he is learning new skills through a vocational workshop. © UNFPA ESARO/Corrie Butler (Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) | 1 month ago)

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