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Young people in sexuality education session

Portugal

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Sexuality education, gender equality and SGBV - a study of knowledge and attitudes in Portugal

We commissioned a study to assess the school curricula for sexuality education in Portugal, together with students', teachers' and parents' knowledge and attitudes about gender equality and SGBV.

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| 07 January 2016

Access to Modern Contraceptive Choice in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The factsheet presents data and trends in the use of contraceptives in Eastern Europe and Central Asian (EECA), highlighting major factors influencing contraceptive behaviour, demand and access. It explains what role donors can play to enable women in EECA to access modern contraceptive methods. 

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| 07 January 2016

Access to Modern Contraceptive Choice in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The factsheet presents data and trends in the use of contraceptives in Eastern Europe and Central Asian (EECA), highlighting major factors influencing contraceptive behaviour, demand and access. It explains what role donors can play to enable women in EECA to access modern contraceptive methods. 

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| 07 January 2016

Access to Modern Contraceptive Choice in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The factsheet presents data and trends in the use of contraceptives in Eastern Europe and Central Asian (EECA), highlighting major factors influencing contraceptive behaviour, demand and access. It explains what role donors can play to enable women in EECA to access modern contraceptive methods. 

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| 07 January 2016

Access to Modern Contraceptive Choice in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The factsheet presents data and trends in the use of contraceptives in Eastern Europe and Central Asian (EECA), highlighting major factors influencing contraceptive behaviour, demand and access. It explains what role donors can play to enable women in EECA to access modern contraceptive methods.