Behind the Numbers: Ending School Violence and Bullying. UNESCO. (2019)

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The purpose of this publication is to present a synthesis and new analysis of the available evidence on school violence and bullying, based on the latest and most comprehensive data. The aim is to raise awareness, share lessons learned and encourage countries to take evidence-based action to prevent and respond effectively to school violence and bullying. 

 


Keywords: bully, children, adolescents, school, sexual violence, data

 

 

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READY to Advocate: A Guide for Young People Living with HIV. Iorpenda K. (2019)

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This booklet is for young people living with HIV who want to be involved in advocacy. The booklet asks some important questions about why you want to be an advocate, and the issues that you care about. It offers suggestions for ways to get involved, top tips for your work, as well as some words of inspiration from famous people.

 


Keywords: HIV, advocacy, young people, adolescents

 

 

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READY to Care: Improving Health Services for Young People Living with HIV. Global Network of Young People Living with HIV. (2019)

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This leaflet informs health providers about the do’s and don’ts in service provision to adolescents and young people living with HIV. The leaflet was developed by and with young people living with HIV. It includes experience illustration, a charter for health facilities that offer friendly services and a scorecard that can be used to assess the quality of services provided to adolescents and young people living with HIV.


Keywords: HIV, young people, adolescents, health services

 

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Child Marriage and Maternal Health. Girls Not Brides. (2018)

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Every year 12 million girls are married before the age of 18. If progress is not accelerated, 150 million girls could be married in childhood by 2030.1 As a key driver of adolescent pregnancy, child marriage has a hugely detrimental impact on the health and wellbeing of girls and young women, who are more susceptible to experiencing complications during pregnancy and childbirth. The children of child brides are also at higher risk of poor health outcomes than children of girls who marry later. If we act to prevent child marriage now, we could dramatically improve health outcomes for millions of girls and women worldwide, and those of their children.


Keywords: sexual and reproductive health, pregnancy, maternal health, services

 

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Indonesia: DHS 2017 Adolescent Reproductive Health - Key Indicators Report. National Population and Family Planning Board, Statistics Indonesia, Ministry of Health, Indonesia, USAID and ICF. (2018)

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The publication of the ARH key indicators of the 2017 Indonesia Demographic Health Survey (IDHS) provides useful information for designing policies and programs to address the ARH issues in Indonesia. As the previous surveys, the 2017 IDHS is carried out by the National Population and Family Planning Board, Statistics Indonesia, and the Ministry of Health.

The data and information presented in this publication are expected to be used as inputs for planning and evaluating the Indonesia’s PFPFD program. This publication can also be used as a reference.

 

Keywords: HIV, AIDS, STI, adolescents, reproductive health, awareness

 

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Male Engagement in Ending Child Marriage. Girls Not Brides. (2018)

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In recent years, there has been growing evidence and recognition of the importance of engaging men and boys to improve gender equality and empower women and girls. The evidence base on male engagement in ending child marriage, specifically, is relatively thin, with only a handful of studies assessing whether programmes shift the attitudes and behaviours of men and boys around child marriage. Those programmes that have been rigorously studied suggest that it is indeed possible to shift boys’ attitudes toward child marriage including the appropriate age of marriage for girls.


Keywords: child marriage, girls, boys, gender, empowerment

 

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Roadmap towards Ending TB in Children and Adolescents. WHO. (2018)

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The 2018 United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting (HLM) on Tuberculosis and the current revision of the Roadmap for childhood tuberculosis together present an important moment to consolidate and advance advocacy, commitment, resource mobilization and joint efforts by all stakeholders to provide health care and address the burden of TB among children

 

 

Keywords: TB, HIV, multidrug-resistant, treatment, advocacy

 

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Addressing the Global HIV Epidemic Among Pregnant Women, Mothers, Children and Adolescents - UNICEF’s Global HIV Response 2018 – 2021. UNICEF. (2017)

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UNICEF has long been at the heart of global efforts to put the HIV epidemic into an irreversible and rapid retreat. Under the Strategic Plan for 2018–2021, UNICEF will continue to align its HIV-related commitments to global goals and targets detailed in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; the Political Declaration agreed to at the June 2016 United Nations High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS; the Fast Track Strategy to End AIDS developed and championed by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS); the United Nations Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health 2016–2030...


Keywords: HIV/AIDS, PMTCT, ART, children, adolescents, response

 

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Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Programme to Address Equity, Social Determinants, Gender and Human Rights in Nepal. WHO, Regional Office for South-East Asia. (2017)

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This publication presents the findings, barriers and recommendations from the pilot, which subsequently informed the new National Adolescent Health Program, to ensure that “No one is left behind”. Measures include an increased focus on outreach services (in particular in disadvantaged areas), capacity building of health workers on adolescent-friendly and gender-responsive services, and ensuring that adolescent representatives participate in local decision-making processes on health through enhanced community engagement. The findings further reiterate the need to engage other government sectors, such as education and nutrition, to tackle the causes of early marriage and pregnancy, as well as mental and school health. As national health programmes strive to meet the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the targets set out in the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health, integrating lessons from the Innov8 pilot helped strengthen the national programme’s ability to reach vulnerable adolescents, reduce inequities, and improve the overall health of adolescents in Nepal. 


Keywords: adolescent, gender, human rights, health services

 

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Ending Child Marriage in Bangladesh. UNFPA and UNICEF. (2017)

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Bangladesh has the highest rate of child marriage in Asia – and the fourth highest rate of child marriage in the world. Marriage is illegal for girls under the age of 18 and for boys under 21, with exemptions that allow for marriage with special permission. However, almost three out of five young women were married as children, with more than one in five married by the age of 15 in 2014.


Keywords: adolescent, girls, health, education, protection, legal and policy

 

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