Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and HIV Programming Among Young People Most Affected by HIV: Lessons From the Link Up Project in Five Countries

Publish Year : 2017
Publisher : Journal of Adolescent Health
Author Name : Ross D.A. and Santelli J.
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Description :

An unmet need for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and HIV services is substantial in developing countries, particularly among older adolescent girls and young women. This editorial describes the key lessons from the Link Up project, aimed to improve the SRHR of young people most affected by HIV in five countries of Africa (Burundi, Ethiopia and Uganda) and Asia (Bangladesh and Myanmar).   

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