Afghanistan teens

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Talking about sex and sexually transmitted diseases can be tough for any teenager, but it can be especially difficult in culturally conservative countries like Afghanistan. Along with other participants, she received information on how condoms can prevent the spread of disease and play an important role in family planning. The participants say the discussions allow them to express themselves, share their concerns and talk openly about the challenges they face growing up together in Afghanistan. Najibullah, who is 18, says talking with his parents about the change from adolescence to adulthood was too embarrassing.
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Afghan teens encouraged to speak openly about sex and STDs

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Following decades of conflict, Afghanistan has focused on revitalizing social systems and establishing new ones to protect, educate and improve health care for Afghan children and their mothers. Despite enormous obstacles and a harsh climate and terrain, considerable progress has been achieved: the chances of survival for children and women have increased considerably; more children and adolescents are enrolled in school at all levels, and larger numbers of families have access to clean and safe water, particularly in urban areas. But challenges remain and everyday life for the children and women of Afghanistan can be extremely daunting. Progress has been uneven, benefitting mostly areas that are easier to reach. Afghans living in rural, remote areas or insecure districts are less likely to have access to basic services.