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  • 58%
    Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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  • 45%
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  • 60%
    Child, Early and Forced Marriage and Unions
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  • 7%
    Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
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  • 74%
    Comprehensive Sexuality Education
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  • 73%
    Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
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  • 54%
    Youth Friendly Services
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  • 7%
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  • 65%
    Maternal Mortality Prevention
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  • 42%
    Compassionate Delivery
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  • 93%
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  • 32%
    Specialized Services for Gender Based Violence
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  • 72%
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Comprehensive Sexuality Education

2017 – 74%
2022 – 74%
  • Deficient 0 - 40%
  • Limited 41 - 55%
  • Needs improvement 56 - 70%
  • Good 71 - 90%
  • Very good 91 - 100%
  • Reform the Constitution to include the right to comprehensive sexuality education as an element of the right to education, and reform the Sexual Offences Act to recognize comprehensive sexuality education as protective strategy against sexual offences.

  • Design and publicize youth friendly CSE media campaigns on topics necessary for their protection.

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Priority measures
  • Priority measure 14

    Prioritize the prevention of teenage pregnancy and eliminate unsafe abortion through comprehensive sexuality education and timely and confidential access to good-quality information, counseling, technologies and services, including over-the-counter emergency oral contraception as well as male and female condoms.

  • Priority measure 11

    Ensure the effective implementation, from early childhood, of comprehensive sexuality education programs that recognize the emotional dimension of human relationships, respect the progressive autonomy of boys and girls and the informed decisions of adolescents and young people regarding their sexuality, and are based on a participatory, intercultural, gender-sensitive, and human rights perspective