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The impact of unwanted pregnancies and the lack of access to family planning services for youngs and women in our communities.

We must establish and promote digital solutions with a policy of proximity

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Often, they have no information or, at best, are uninformed about the sexuality and risks associated with unprotected early sexual activity. In many contexts, adolescent girls and single women have little access to contraception and have barriers that prevent or dissuade them from accessing reproductive health services, including family planning services. And the inefficiencies, constraints and side effects the use of mechanical and chemical means of family planning and ignorance of the presence of digital means on line stores. These reasons for the high rate of unwanted pregnancies and their risks. Every year there are 75 million unplanned pregnancies worldwide. desired to be 143 pregnancies every minute; This situation negatively affects health, and well-being of women. Unwanted pregnancy reduces the risk of happiness of thousands of us. 1. Many women and girls die either during childbirth or during abortion of an unwanted pregnancy; or because of diseases due to the use of mechanical methods of contraception; 2. Many women and girls are prevented from developing their skills and intellectual and professional skills as a result of unplanned pregnancies desired; 3. The same situation reduces the possibility of parents and the rights of children existing to be well maintained. The demand for a clean, efficient and health-free solution is estimated at 225 million women in developing countries who would like to delay the time to have a child or to have no children by WHO in the world and 20303290 women (15 years-54 years) according to the demographic distribution in the DRC (2016) of the Family Planning Program in the DRC.

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