Youths and Drug Abuse
Vol 6. No. 2
Inside this Issue
- International Day Against Drug Abuse
- The Health Risks of Smoking
- World Health Day At AHI
- ECOWAS Youth forum
- Growing Up Without Tobacco
- Reproductive Health Services: A Right
- Let’s Catch Them Young
- The Youth Clinic
- The AHI Youth Clinic: Private and Confidential
- UNFPA Roundtable in New York
- NGO Sustainability Workshop in Côte d’Iviore
- International Conference on Reproductive Health
- Teenage Festival of Life ’98 (Advert)
- FGM Condemned as Nigeria Celebrates World Health Day
- AHI Responds to Young Peoples Call For Information on Dating
- Answers to the Anonymous Questions Asked During the Lecture on Dating and Interpersonal Relationships
- Dear Aunty
Growing Up is published quarterly in Lagos, Nigeria by Action Health Incorporated (AHI).
AHI is a non-profit organization working in Nigeria to provide adolescents access to the much needed reproductive health education, life-planning skills and services as a major step towards addressing the high incidence of unintended teenage pregnancy, related school dropout, clandestine abortions, sexually transmitted disease/AIDS and related deaths.
Growing Up is available free of charge to teenagers and other individuals working to promote teenagers health and development. Readers are invited to contribute views, articles, letters, and photos for publication. Articles may be quoted or reprinted from Growing Up provided proper credit is given to AHI.
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Vol. 4 no. 2 June 1996
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The Editor, Growing Up
Action Health Incorporated
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This edition of Growing Up was produced with support from the support from the Population Programme, MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, Illinois.