Promising programmatic approaches for adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health (AYSRH)
Young people are not a homogeneous group. Certain groups of young people, such as married adolescents, young people living with HIV, and young key affected populations, may face distinct challenges. Furthermore, young people’s needs vary by age and context; they may live in urban or rural environments, be in school or out of school, or live on the streets or in areas affected by humanitarian crises.
This course provides an overview of promising approaches as well as case studies of effective programs that improve young people’s sexual and reproductive health. It is intended to complement the Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health course, which is a suggested prerequisite since it provides more information on the diverse needs of adolescents.