Adolescents and young people and HIV

STOPAIDS

This factsheet is intended for STOPAIDS members and the wider internatonal development sector. It takes a life course approach and considers how biological, behavioural, social and structural factors during adolescence and early adulthood infuence HIV outcomes and effective HIV programming strategies.

December 5, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Tags
adolescence, early adulthood, young people, HIV programming, HIV outcomes, life course approach

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