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Project ID:00076338Description:Adolescent Health & Dev't
Fund:
Kiribati One UN Fund
Start Date *: 17 Sep 2010
Theme:
Health
End Date*: 31 Dec 2010
Country: Kiribati Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNFPA - United Nations Population Fund
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Adolescent Health & Development (AHD) Joint Programme
The AHD Programme is a joint initiative among UNFPA, UNICEF, SPC and the Kiribati Government to address the health and development issues of young people in Kiribati, especially their sexual and reproductive health. The aim of the programme is to support the safe and healthy development of young people through information, education, counselling and provision of youth-friendly services designed to achieve a healthy and a socio-economically satisfying life.

This contributes to the following:

  • Kiribati UNDAF Outcome 3.2: National systems enhance accessibility, affordability and the well-managed delivery of equitable, gender-sensitive quality social and protection services.
  • Kiribati UNDAF Output 3l: Increased availability of quality sexual and reproductive health services for young people
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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Kiribati or the lead agency for the programme.

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