Young people can help solve the world’s biggest challenges.
A community health worker’s two daughters both share their mother’s air of calm, but only one shares her HIV status.
They're role models, advocates, and watchdogs. And they're making their expectations clear.
Social media is a powerful tool for engaging youth. But in Burkina Faso, young family planning advocates realize it can't be the only tool.
Girls cannot be empowered if they are performing domestic labor that interferes with their education, development, and rights.
Today’s youth are crucial to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. But not all of us have access to the resources we need.
The U.S. contribution to family planning programs represents less than one cheeseburger per American per year. We can do better.
“Do you want to get pregnant in the next two years?” How would you answer this question?
What future awaits girls beyond today's war, disease, and inequality?
Does family planning need a language makeover?