Are parents talking to adolescents about sexuality? Evidence from four slums in Ghana

Abstract

This Evidence Brief summarizes the essential information from a part of a larger study that assessed the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs of adolescents in four slums in two regions of Ghana. The objective of this brief is to provide evidence to support and facilitate the improvement of parent-adolescent communication on sexuality.

Citation

Esantsi, S.F.; Onyango, F.; Quansah Asare, G.J.; Kuffour, E.O.; Tapsoba, P.; Birungi, H.; Askew, I. Are parents talking to adolescents about sexuality? Evidence from four slums in Ghana. Population Council, Accra, Ghana (2015) 4 pp. [STEP UP Evidence Brief]

Are parents talking to adolescents about sexuality? Evidence from four slums in Ghana

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