Adolescents and youth (those between the ages of 10 and 24) often face social, cultural, economic, and structural barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health information and services at a time when they need these services the most, making them vulnerable to poor health outcomes. Emerging global guidance suggests that, to reach youth in a sustainable and scalable way, youth-friendly services must be mainstreamed in the community and health systems. However, there is little evidence from project implementation about how to integrate youth-friendly services on a large scale.
Mainstreaming Youth-friendly Sexual & Reproductive Health Services in the Public Sector in Mozambique & Tanzania.
Mainstreaming Youth-friendly Sexual & Reproductive Health Services in the Public Sector in Mozambique & Tanzania. Estrella Alcalde, Katia Amado, Claire Cole et al. Pathfinder International, Technical Brief, May 2017.
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