Adolescents and young people face many reproductive health problems, especially girls. They must also face difficulties of insertion in the economic life. They have little place in the public dialogue, which does not allow them to have significant levers of action.
With this in mind, ADEMAS and SHOPS+, a USAID Program, have chosen a Human Centered Design (HCD) approach to help young people develop appropriate interventions for their health concerns.
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