Helping girls in Benin take control of their reproductive future and their financial life. Si toutes les jeunes filles du Béninmaîtrisaient leur avenir reproductifet l’aspect financier de leur vie.
Contraception has been shown to reduce major economic obstacles related to high-fertility and burden of disease in countries where maternal and child mortality remain top priorities. The use of modern contraception has also shown to increase young women’s educational attainment, age at first marriage, age at first child, as well as social and economic mobility. This document describes a human-centered design approach to increase demand for contraception among adolescents in Benen.