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Twenty Years After ICPD, Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Still a Challenge

Originally posted by Pathfinder International

As the founder of Big Steps Outreach Network, an organization in Cameroon providing young people with skills, tools, and opportunities, 26-year-old Victor Abongwa pays close attention to the sexual health needs of his peers.

“Sexual and reproductive health sets young people in the right direction,” he said as a panelist at the Dec. 15 launch event for the Journal of Adolescent Health’s special supplement. “It gives them the right frame of mind so they can be in good health to do the things they want to do.” Read more...

Unleash Adolescent Girls’ Potential: A Response to the UN Secretary-General’s Synthesis Report

On Thursday, December 4, 2014, the United Nations Secretary-General released The Road to Dignity by 2030: Ending Poverty, Transforming All Lives and Protecting the Planet, a report that laid out six human rights and sustainability principles to guide us towards achieving sustainable development. The Report highlighted the importance of including youth in the post-2015 international development process, but could have gone further in affirming the unique rights and needs of more than 250 million adolescent girls living in poverty today. Read more...

International Migrants Day 2014: The Most Vulnerable

A statement from the independent Expert Review Group on Information and Accountability for Women's and Children's Health; Originally posted by WHO

GENEVA, DECEMBER 18, 2014 - As we commemorate today International Migrants Day, there are more people living abroad, more Internally Displaced People (IDP’s), more irregular migrants, more refugees, and more asylum seekers than ever before in the history of mankind.

Many of these people live under degrading conditions, facing the threat of becoming victims of human trafficking, facing discrimination, racism, violence, they are prone to disease and have no, or very poor and limited, access to basic human rights like education and health care. Read more...

Celebrate Solutions: GAP Inc. P.A.C.E. Program Drives Female Garment Workers’ Success at Work, Home

By: Whitney Sogol, Women Deliver

Sujatha, a young garment worker from South East Asia, was struggling to care for her family while working as a low-level garment worker. Without access to education or professional training, she had little hope for a better future. Sujatha’s situation dramatically changed whenshe joined Gap Inc.’s Personal Advancement, Career Enhancement (P.A.C.E.) workplace education program. Today, Sujatha is a supervisor at a Gap Inc. source factory, a role model for her family and community, and living proof that that the benefits of corporate investments to improve the world for women ripple across society and business. Read more...

Women Deliver Joins Coalition for First-Ever Universal Health Coverage Day

Today marks the first-ever Universal Health Coverage Day, and Women Deliver is proud to show our support as part of a coalition of 535 organizations from 103 countries around the world. Universal Health Coverage day marks the two-year anniversary of the United Nations resolution which endorsed universal health coverage as a pillar of sustainable development and global security. This day is intended to underscore the critical need for universal access to health services for the 1 billion people worldwide who are not able to access the care they need. Read more...

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