This document summarizes the results of a study conducted to assess the impact of the China Youth Reproductive Health (YRH) Project on the adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) policy environment in Shanghai, China and examines how ASRH policies affect YRH. Of special interest were the processes governing policy-making and implementation, the challenges that arose during project implementation and the changes that were necessary to address these challenges in Shanghai

Corporate author(s): PATH; China Family Planning Association; Shanghai Institute for Planned Parenthood Research

Publication date: 2006

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Related regions: Asia

See also: Reproductive health > Adolescent health

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