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Evaluation of Youth-Friendly Health Services in Universities

UNFPA’s global strategy “My Body, My Life, My World” perceives sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) as cornerstones of the transition from youth to adulthood.  A number of issues mold the decisions adolescents and youth make. Social, cultural and religious factors sway choices, as do available information, awareness, empowerment and
access to services.

 

Under its sixth program cycle (2018-2022), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Palestine country office seeks to achieve the output: Strengthened resilience of national
institutions and civil society organizations to sustain coverage of high-quality sexual and reproductive health services, including for adolescents and youth, and in humanitarian
settings. In 2017, UNFPA started the implementation of a multi-phase project (2018-2020) on youth sexual and reproductive health and rights with support from the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS).

 

In this pubication, read more on the:

- methodology;

- evaluation limitations;

- recommendations;

- findings;