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MOLDOVA: Safe Sex Should Be Promoted

Pan.md on 8 February reported that experts site the lack of awareness of contraception, lack of education to develop living skills, domestic violence and sexual harassment for the country’s high level of teenage pregnancy. According to the United Nations Population Fund, Moldova is in fifth place among the countries of the CIS (after Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia) in the number of people using modern methods of contraception. Deputy Representative of UNFPA in Moldova Gilca Boris believes that safe sex during adolescence should be considered a public health problem. Read in Russian: Pan.md

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