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Reflective Dialogues for Health Workers: Family Planning Counseling and Adolescent and Youth Friendly Services

This manual, for facility- and community-based health workers, combines reflective dialogue sessions around social and gender norms with technical training in family planning counseling for adolescent clients. It also contains exercises to support the creation of individual and health facility-based action plans in order to better meet adolescents’ sexual and reproductive health needs. Available in French and English. Also available in Bengali by request.

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