The Daily Maverick examined what it will take to end the HIV epidemic among adolescent girls in South Africa, and cited Population Council research about the effectiveness of comprehensive sexuality programs.
Council research provides evidence on how to reach youth and other at-risk populations with high-quality HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support
In USA Today, Alejandra Colom, an associate and Guatemala Country Director at the Population Council, discusses the cultural influences in Latin America and the Caribbean that limit women’s access to contraception during the Zika epidemic, and how this is affecting the region’s abortion rates.
More than three years ago, the global Link Up consortium—led by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs—was launched with the broad mission of improving the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people (ages 10 to 24) in Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Myanmar, and Uganda. As the global research partner for the consortium, the Population Council was tasked with evaluating selected Link Up interventions, as well as generating evidence to inform thinking on critical issues affecting young key populations.