In Fancophone West Africa, despite a lot of progress made and a significant momentum in terms of Reproductive Health and Rights, the indicators still need to be improved. All OP stakeholders agreed that the ambitious objectives of the Ouagadougou Partnership can only be achieved if the needs of adolescents and young people are sufficiently taken into account.
Given its mandate and scope, the Ouagadougou Partnership has a key role to play in ensuring that young people and adolescents are included in the FP movement in Francophone West Africa, in order to improve their access in the region to quality family planning information and services.
For example, the Ouagadougou Partnership Youth Advisory Group proposed the establishment of a “Youth Think Tank”.
The Youth Advisory Group was created after the fourth OP Annual Meeting to translate into concrete actions the commitments and recommendations related to youth and made by them.
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