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    Infographic: Why do young people in Latin America and the Caribbean need comprehensive sexuality education?

  • Aida Stevenson

    Much de los mujeres en los paises Latino Americas no tiene la ayuda de doctores para la salud reproductiva. En Belize, 1 en cinco personas entre 15-24 tiene un HIV infeccione. En Peru, solo 19% de las personas entre 15-24 sabe de los infecciones de HIV y AIDS.

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