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Crisis in the triangle: Addressing adolescent reproductive health and violence prevention in El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras.

  title={Crisis in the triangle: Addressing adolescent reproductive health and violence prevention in El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras.},
  author={Susan Ruether and Katherine Anfinson and Rena Greifinger and J A Roberts and J Heichelheim},
This report examines the linkages between interpersonal violence and its effects on young people and on adolescent and youth sexual reproductive health (AYSRH) in El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras. The report details shared causes and consequences of youth violence and poor AYSRH outcomes and ultimately documents recommendations from evidence and practice for addressing those challenges. The purpose of this report is three-fold: 1. Draw attention to the intersecting risk factors for and… 

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