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Philippine Sex Ed Comes Via Video and Text Message

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

With quicker feedback on how fast and widely online messages are shared and which videos are popular, reproductive health advocates in projects in India and the Philippines see social media powering a spread of information, changing attitudes and behavior.

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