Blog Post Outlines 3 Ways Global Health Community Can Address Adolescent Health Needs
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Aimee Jakeman, intern for the Wilson Center’s Maternal Health Initiative, discusses a new Lancet commission on the health needs of adolescents, and highlights three considerations: taking contextual and cultural differences into account when evaluating adolescent health needs; improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents; and involving adolescents in planning and executing adolescent health programs (6/29).
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