Becoming a youth-friendly service provider not only ensures that young people get the care and support they need, but it means significantly increasing health impact. Young people have very present needs, concerns, and valuable contributions—to us and to society. Investing in their health not only improves public health, but also increases countries’ potential for stability, progress, and prosperity. This guide is for trainers and facilitators who will be training health providers and PSI program staff in the provision of youth-friendly health services.
Facilitator’s Guide: Training Health Providers in Youth-Friendly Health Services
- Resource Types: Guides and Toolkits
- Languages: English
- Population Served: Adolescents and Youth
- Practice Areas: HIV & TB, Sexual & Reproductive Health
- Solutions: HIV Prevention, Integrated Service Delivery, Long-Acting Reversible Contraception, Reproductive Health and HIV Integration, Short-Term Contraception
- Projects: SIFPO2