Young People - Partners in HIV/AIDS Prevention. UN (2003)

Young People - Partners in HIV/AIDS Prevention. UN (2003) Every minute, five young people become infected with HIV/ AIDS, through unprotected sex or sharing contaminated needles when injecting drugs. Strengthening young people’s ability to protect themselves and engaging them as a positive force in fighting HIV/AIDS are critical to turning the tide of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

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Young People's Leadership in the East Asia Pacific Region. UNICEF (2003)

Young People's Leadership in the East Asia Pacific Region. UNICEF (2003) As the leading UN children and young people's development agency, UNICEF has a number of ongoing strategic programme, advocacy and partnership initiatives designed to strengthen and expand leadership for and by children and young people. HIV/AIDS prevention and care is now one of 5 UNICEF global priorities, in addition to girls’ education, integrated early childhood development, immunisation “plus”, and improved protection of children from violence, exploitation, abuse and discrimination.

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“New Generation” Models for Asia's Youth: Strengthening for Asia's Youth: Strengthening Networks. USAID, NGO Networks for Health and PATH (2003)

“New Generation” Models for Asia's Youth: Strengthening for Asia's Youth: Strengthening Networks. USAID, NGO Networks for Health and PATH (2003) This collection of case studies was written with the financial support of NGO Networks for Health and supplemented by PATH Fund. The authors for each section include: Introduc- tion, Katherine Bond; Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming in Thailand: Changing the Change Agents, Rebecca Firestone; and Promoting Partnerships with the Private Sector in Cambodia: Sewing a Healthy Future, Caroline Francis.

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Guide to Implementing TAP: A Peer Education Program to Prevent HIV and STI. Advocates for Youth (2002)

Guide to Implementing TAP: A Peer Education Program to Prevent HIV and STI. Advocates for Youth (2002) This is a step by step guide to implementing HIV/STI prevention peer education programs in schools, faith communities, AIDS service organizations, and/or community-based organizations. The guide can assist planners to develop a program tailored to any of many specific settings. Although each school, community, or agency may differ in structure, this manual identifies and covers the key components essential to creating a successful HIV/STI prevention peer education program.

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Meeting the Needs of Young Clients: A Guide to Providing Reproductive Health Services to Adolescents. FHI (2002)

Meeting the Needs of Young Clients: A Guide to Providing Reproductive Health Services to Adolescents. FHI (2002) Adolescents are the forgotten millions in reproductive health programs. Although the numbers of young people who need information and services are enormous, services are scarce, fragmented or nonexistent.

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Young People and HIV/AIDS Opportunity in Crisis. UNICEF, UNAIDS and WHO (2002)

Young People and HIV/AIDS Opportunity in Crisis. UNICEF, UNAIDS and WHO (2002) There is a way to halt the spread of HIV/AIDS. We must focus on young people. More than half of those newly infected with HIV today are between 15 and 24 years old.

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Young People, HIV/AIDS, Drug and Substance Use in Asia. UNICEF (2002)

Young People, HIV/AIDS, Drug and Substance Use in Asia. UNICEF (2002) The inter-regional workshop ‘Young people, HIV/ AIDS, Drug and Substance Use in Asia’ organized jointly by the UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO) and the Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA), in collaboration with UNDCP Regional office for South Asia, took place in Kathmandu, Nepal, from 18 – 22 March 2002. It brought together a total of fifty-eight participants from the various government ministries, the NGO sector as well as UNICEF staff from eleven countries in South and South East Asia.

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A Regional UN Strategy for Behavior Change Communication for Young People (10-24) in South Asia. UNICEF (2001)

A Regional UN Strategy for Behavior Change Communication for Young People (10-24) in South Asia. UNICEF (2001) As in other regions of the world, youth1 in South Asia will be disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. This has major implications for a region in which approximately 54 % of its population is below the age of 25 – the age of vulnerability for risk taking behaviour. Infection patterns already show the disturbing trend of increased infections in young people below the age of 25. Of the estimated four million people living with HIV/AIDS in the region more than one third are young people below the age of 25. This trend in infections means that large numbers of young people could become affected with devastating human and economic consequences.

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A Survey of Teenagers in Nepal. UNICEF (2001)

A Survey of Teenagers in Nepal. UNICEF (2001) This Knowledge, Attitude, Practice and Skills Survey forms the basis for a UNICEF communication initiative for young people in Nepal. The findings provide rich insight into their inner world and daily issues for two creative edutainment programmes being produced for nationwide broadcast: "Chatting with My Best Friend," a year-long radio chat show and "Catmandu," a television drama series that sets role models to inspire teenagers with positive action. Media outreach is accompanied by a Life Skills Facilitator's Guide to induce discussions, possibly through a national network of youth clubs.

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Reducing HIV Infection Among Youth: What Can Schools Do? Key Baseline Findings from Mexico, Thailand, and South Africa. Stewart H, McCauley A, Baker S, et al (2001)

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Although many program planners see schools as a convenient location for HIV prevention programs, there is controversy about whether school programs can ever be strong enough to go beyond improving knowledge and attitudes to increasing the adoption of safe sexual behaviors.


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