The Ouagadougou Partnership in francophone West Africa advances access to family planning for health and development.
And it starts with women and young leaders.
They’re helping get the results we need for the future we want.
We have a lot to do before 2030, if we're going to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
To get results amid war and scarcity, Anne Kinuthia’s team does things differently.
It’s tough having no one to talk to. Peer mediators know what clients are going through and are connecting more of them to care.
Civil war makes it hard to get health services and medications, especially for kids like Abdu.
After surviving gender-based violence, she’s using her experience to mentor other girls and end harmful customs in her community.
As a result, more young people are getting the health information they need—whether they go to school or not.
They're the bridge between their neighbors and the information and services that could help end the country's epidemic.