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Day of the Girl Child - Helping Girls Thrive

Adolescent girls and young women across sub-Saharan Africa have been left behind in the HIV/AIDS response. Girls account for 75 percent of all new adolescent infections and AIDS is their leading cause of death in sub-Saharan Africa.
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