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Adolescent health programs receive only a tiny share of international aid, finds research

16:09 EDT 10 Aug 2018 | News-Medical.net

Melbourne's Murdoch Children's Research Institute, in partnership with Harvard Medical School, has discovered that adolescent health programs across the developing world receive only a tiny share of international aid, even though young people make up 30 percent of the population of low-income countries.

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