Preventing HIV Infection

Preventing HIV in Young People

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What Have We Learned So Far?

UNFPA has worked closely with UN Agencies, national governments, civil society, youth and youth serving organisations and other partners to meet the diverse challenges and needs of young people and to actively promote and protect their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Valuable lessons gathered from collective past experience of successful programmes for young people include:


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