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Save the Children Norway,Sex og Politikk (IPFF Norway)
Despite progress and increased global attention, adolescents (10-19 years old) represent a cohort that is often overlooked and fall outside of programmes addressing children and adults. Investments have been too scarce. In a climate with increased resistance towards sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), efforts to amplify adolescent voices, investments in gender transforming programming as well as increased political will is needed to secure continued improvement.
This report summarizes existing literature on adolescent SRHR (ASRHR) needs and best practices to meet those needs, also drawing on interviews with experts and adolescent representatives. Further, it examines Norwegian policies and funding, including by implementing a novel proxy tracking model, and provides recommendations to Norwegian authorities for the way forward:
This report is a joint publication by Save the Children Norway and Sex og Politikk (IPFF Norway).
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