(2001-2006) was a global program spearheaded by Family Health International to improve reproductive health and prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among people 10 to 24 years old.
It’s publications range from short research briefs to longer, in-depth reviews of the latest developments in reproductive health for adolescents. it was a collaboration with the young people whose lives it was designed to improve. It also harnessed the energy, insight, and experience of parents, schoolteachers, employers, policy-makers, the media, health professionals, nongovernmental organizations, religious and community leaders, and other youth networks.
Supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development, YouthNet conducted research, disseminated information, improved services, and strengthened policies and programs related to the reproductive health and HIV/AIDS-prevention needs and rights of young people around the world. Learn More