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Happy International Youth Day

If this young generation is to thrive, all 1.8 billion will need access to high-quality health care and the health workers who provide it. That means HIV services, vaccinations, mental health care, family planning—or more accurately future planning—and much more.


Never before have so many young people inhabited the planet.

There are 1.8 billion of us today between the ages of 10 and 24, including 600 million adolescent girls.

If this young generation is to thrive, all 1.8 billion will need access to high-quality health care and the health workers who provide it. That means HIV services, vaccinations, mental health care, family planning—or more accurately future planning—and much more.


HOW INTRAHEALTH IS ENGAGING YOUTH 

    Future Planning: Young People Making Choices
As we look forward to the 2015 International Conference on Family Planning, we’re talking with young people about planning their futures. » Read more
    Young People Need HIV Care and Services, Too
When it comes to HIV care, adolescents are often left behind. But a team at Shanamutango Clinic is working to change that for Namibia's young people. » Read more
    We Can Help Restore Dignity for Women in Mali
Diarahi was just 15 years old when she was forced to marry, became pregnant, and developed a devastating childbirth injury called obstetric fistula. Read Diarahi's story and learn what you can do to help. » Read more
    Transitions: Engaging Youth for a Healthy Future
IntraHealth supports expanded opportunities for youth, so they transition to adulthood as engaged and productive members of thriving societies. » Read more

 


PICTURING OUR WORK

    Happy International Youth Day!
Never before have so many young people inhabited the planet. There are 1.8 billion of us today between the ages of 10 and 24, including 600 million adolescent girls. » Read more
    Young Religious Leaders Promote the Value of Family Planning
Imam Moussé Fall and Imam Cheikh Omar Seck from the Reseau d’Islam et Population (Islam and Population Network) speak in a classroom next to the Khar Yalla Mosque in Dakar, Senegal. » Read more