This case study describes PATH's work with three implementing partners -- the Family Planning Association of Uganda, Uganda Red Cross Society, and Ndere Troupe -- that carried out the African Youth Alliance's out-of-school component in Uganda. The activity was designed to reach 22,000 youth in 12 districts with sexuality and reproductive health education, including HIV and AIDS, information about assessing youth-friendly services, and opportunities to strengthen developmental skills. This innovative and comprehensive strategy successfully reached thousands of Ugandan youth who were no longer in school.
Corporate author(s): PATH; AYA; Pathfinder International; UNFPA; Uganda Red Cross; Ndere
Publication date: 2005
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Related regions: Africa
See also: Reproductive health > Adolescent health
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