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Young people go through a lot of changes

They are grow up

Their bodies develop

Their emotions evolve and fall in love

And perhaps they starting having sex

Navigating this experiences isn’t easy

Young people are need information and skills to have healthy and fulfilling relationships to avoid HIV and STIs

And to become pregnant only when are they ready

There is lots of information up there from friends, parents, and the internet get often this information doesn’t answer all of questions and is not always reliable.

Sometimes it even be harmful

That’s why schools coming

They build skills, promote healthy attitudes and teach accurate information to everyone and tally to arrange

But most schools in our region turned off the sexuality education yet.

This must change!

Every young person has the right to a health, education and information.

This includes sexual and reproductive health.

Join us to make this right a reality.

Join us to empower young people and expand opportunities.


Майя не использует современные противозачаточные средства. Ее история не редкость в Восточной Европе и Центральной Азии, где 17 миллионов женщин испытывают неудовлетворенную потребность в современных методах. Узнайте, почему это так – и как доступ к современным контрацептивам несет пользу не только таким людям, как Майя, но и целому обществу.


Audio interview of Nargis Rakhimova of UNFPA by Raquel Wexler on the state of midwifery and the maternal health situation in Tajikistan.


In Tajikistan, Gulnora's independence in family planning decision-taking, is sadly in the minority in this mountainous country where conservative views hold sway in the more distant rural areas. The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, is working with its partners in Government to change that and gradually, they are having an impact.


Maya does not use modern contraceptives. Her story is not uncommon in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where 17 million women have an unmet need for modern methods. Find out why this is the case – and how access to modern contraceptives benefits not only individuals like Maya, but entire societies.