The Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future (O3) programme supports delivery of good quality comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) that empowers adolescents and young people (AYP) and builds agency, while developing the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and competencies required for preventing HIV, reduc
The O3 PLUS Project seeks to ensure that young people in higher and tertiary education institutions (HTEIs) realize positive health, education, and gender equality outcomes through sustained reductions in new HIV infections, unintended pregnancy and sexual and g
The aim of this assessment was to collect comprehensive information on health service delivery for young people in Higher and Tertiary Education Institutions (HTEIs) in Zambia compared to the existing International Youth-Friendly Service guidelines and standards, and
With the funding support from UNFPA Innovation Fund and the Danish Government, UNFPA China’s pilot project designed and implemented with Marie Stopes International China on comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) offers an innovative solution for provision of sexuality education through live stre
This report presents the efforts, good practices and learnings identified from WFP’s policy engagement and provision of technical assistance for National Nutrition Programme for School Children in Indonesia, Program Gizi Anak Sekolah (Progas).
This report highlights findings from the Happy Schools Project: Capacity Building for Learner Well-being in the Asia-Pacific (Phase II) pilots in Japan, Lao PDR and Thailand from 2018-2020.
School-based programmes are one of the most extensive social safety nets worldwide, with an estimated 388 million children worldwide currently benefiting from school feeding.
This 2019-2020 Biennial Report builds on data and inputs collected by the African Union and its partners gathered in the HGSF Cluster, including WFP, UNICEF and FAO.
The evaluation was conducted in the context of WFP efforts to strategically position itself across the humanitarian development and peace nexus in the framework of the Agenda 2030 and the UN reform.
Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region (SEAR) have prepared national health programmes during the last decade and have been implementing the adolescent friendly health services with variable scale and pace.