This project was commissioned to establish whether agencies and services collected qualitative or quantitative data that might demonstrate links between suicidal behaviours and issues of sexuality for young people.
The Global Initiative on Primary Prevention of Substance Abuse (Global Initiative) is jointly executed by the United Nations International Drug Control Programme (UNDCP) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Implementation began in June 1997.
This report examines the education component of the AIDS Surveillance and Education Project (ASEP) and its role in helping to keep the Philippines AIDS epidemic low and slow. It reviews the achievements of the education component and the lessons learned from ten years of the ASEP experience.
The publication documents the experience of the Ethiopian Ministry of Youth, Sports, and Culture in using a youth-based participatory process to develop HIV/AIDS and sexual health component in its new programme, resulting in a mobilized coalition of young people committed to health and future of
Promoting abstinence is an important strategy that can help delay sexual activity, but complementary messages are needed for those who are sexually active.
This publication highlights a pilot project of UNESCO that seek to empower marginalized adolescent girls in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan through a broad-based capacity building programme.
This booklet describes fourteen countries' response to address the problems faced by adolescents by showing the various programmes and activities that the countries are carrying out.
This booklet describes the fourteen countries' responses to address the problems faced by adolescents by showing the various programmes and activities that the countries are carrying out.
A UNAIDS report on successful interventions to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in selected countries including Thailand.
The overall purpose of this study is to describe and highlight some of the work that IPPF is doing with young people in the field of sexual and reproductive health.