Using Peer Education to Increase Contraceptive Use among Madagascar’s Youth

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The USAID Mikolo Project, in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, established aYouth Peer Educators (YPE) initiative.The initiative aims to improve youth education and awareness on reproductive health and FP in order to increase contraceptive prevalence rates among 15–24 year olds in USAID Mikolo intervention areas. Ultimately, the goal of the approach is to reduce the adolescent fertility rate and improve reproductive health outcomes among the youth population.

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