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KUALA LUMPUR --- The imperative to invest in girls and women was spotlighted at the opening of the Women Deliver conference, where more than 3,000 people from 150 countries are sharing information and strategies,  advocating and networking for reproductive health and rights.
In this Opinion piece published in The Hill'sCongress Blog, the Executive Director of UNFPA argues that high rates of adolescent pregnancy in the developing world, caused by lack of access to information and contraceptives, as well as social norms favouring early marriage an
KUALA LUMPUR—Enabling family planning use to empower girls and women and protect their health was the theme of day two of the Women Deliver conference.