The Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program uses a long term, holistic approach to empower youth, to help them develop personal goals and the desire for a productive future, in addition to developing their sexual literacy and educating them about the consequences of sexual activity. The program recruits boys and girls ages 11-12 years old and follows them through high school and beyond. The program is guided by a philosophy that sees youth as “at promise” instead of “at risk” and works to develop a participant’s capacity and desire to avoid pregnancy. The program model also provides opportunities for young people to discover interests and develop talents, as well as emphasizing education and employment.
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