Young people from Soledad walk the streets for their sexual and reproductive rights

16 July 2019
Photo © UNFPA Venezuela
More than 70 teenagers took part in the rally in the streets of Soledad and at the Jorge Solórzano stadium

Soledad— To commemorate World Population Day, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Venezuela, together with business sector partner Productora de Pulpas Soledad, Propulso C.A. and Fundasalud, conducted a sports and education rally where young people's knowledge was tested on topics such as family planning, sexual and reproductive health and the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD). This activity was carried out within the framework of the Programme for the Prevention of Adolescent Pregnancy to the parish of Soledad, in the Independence Municipality of the Anzoátegui State.

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