UNFPA India

12 August 2016 is International Youth Day

12 August 2016 is International Youth Day India has its largest ever adolescent and youth population. According to UNFPA projections, India will continue to have one of the youngest populations in the world till 2030. India is experiencing a demographic window of opportunity, a ‘youth bulge' that will last till 2025. India's youth face several development challenges, including access to education, gainful employment, gender inequality, child marriage, youth-friendly health services and adolescent pregnancy. Yet, with investments in their participation and leadership, young people can transform the social and economic fortunes of the country. UNFPA India works with the government and partners to advocate for adolescents and youth's rights and investments, including education, livelihood skills and health, including sexual and reproductive health. read more

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