In Burkina Faso, Planned Parenthood Global supports a diverse coalition of journalists, youth rights advocates, service delivery providers, legal experts, and religious and traditional leaders as part of the Voices For Health project. This model promotes a comprehensive approach to sexual and reproductive health in Burkina Faso, while focusing on areas with the greatest need and focusing on a national policy on youth friendly services that directs funding to the local level to support these services. 

In February 2017, Planned Parenthood Global partners launched the “Silence Kills Campaign” to start a nation-wide conversation on unsafe abortion and youth access to sexual and reproductive healthcare.  

As part of the campaign, two trailers showcase a first-person narrative from one of two perspectives: that of a provider, or that of an adult woman looking back on an experience she had as a teenager.