Out-of-school adolescent migrants in urban areas are a difficult group to reach. They are also more likely than students to need adolescent sexual and reproductive health information and services. These documents report on a study to evaluate the impact of a work-based training program in life-planning skills conducted with young, unmarried migrants in Shenzhen, China. A full report is provided in English, with summaries in both English and Chinese.
Corporate author(s): PATH; China Family Planning Association; Institute of Population and Labor Economics; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Publication date: August 2005
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