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Chapter 6
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CHAPTER 6

1 UNFPA organized a meeting in May 2002 in collaboration with the Population Council to review lessons learned from the first generation and discuss new approaches to programme planning, design, and evaluation and expanding efforts to address neglected subgroups of adolescents (e.g., the young married, rural and marginalized populations, etc.).

2 UNFPA. 2002. “African Youth Alliance (AYA) Programme Profile.” New York: UNFPA.

3 Ibid.

4 See the EC/UNFPA Initiative for Reproductive Health (RHI) in Asia web site: www.asia-initiative. org/rhi_in_brief.html, accessed 24 February 2003.

5 Ibid.

6 Nguyen, T. H., and E. Kelly. June 2002. Final Report. End of Project Evaluation. Adolescent Reproductive Health Service Delivery Project. Melbourne, Australia: Marie Stopes International. Vietnam.

7 Nguyen T. G. 22 January 2003. “The Youth House.” Presentation to the Orientation Workshop for RHPs [Reproductive Health Projects] Partners, Pathfinder International/Viet Nam, Hanoi, Viet Nam, 22 January 2003.

8 Hainsworth, G. 2002. Providing Reproductive Health and STI/HIV Information and Services to This Generation: Insights from the Geração Biz Experience. Watertown, Massachusetts: Pathfinder International.

9 Ibid.

10 Ibid.

11 Senderowitz, J. July 2002. Field observations and meetings.

12 The Population Council. 1998. What Can Be Done to Foster Multisectoral Population Policies: Summary Report of a Seminar, Overseas Development Council, Washington, D.C., 28 May 1997. Washington, D.C.: The Population Council.

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