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.
From Malaria Prevention to Postpartum Family Planning, Midwives Are Changing the Story for Women in Rural Senegal
These health workers tell us what it looks like in practice.
They're working to prevent HIV in two of the country’s hardest-to-reach areas.
She's working with young religious leaders to revolutionize sex ed in Niger.
These students are learning about soil management, crop rotation, safe drinking water, and much more.
Midwife Tembi Mugore answers four questions about bias, shame, and what it takes to overcome them in health services for young people.
Need is growing by the hour.