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Rufina Latu Alec Joseph Ekeroma

Abstract

The largest generation of adolescents and young people in human history demands more attention and action to improve sexual and reproductive health. There is enough evidence and country experience to guide interventions for the wellbeing of young people – this has a bearing on the future of society and future generations. As we turn to the post-2015 agenda, it is an opportunity to reposition adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR) more strongly in the development agenda and address the gaps in the last 20 years. The unfinished agenda prompts action for more realistic and practical interventions in nation-wide programs. 

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Section
Literature Review