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WHO and partners recommend actions to improve adolescent health

Original story at World Health Organization• 6 mentions • 1 week ago

World Health Organization 1 week ago

 
New guidance – Global accelerated action for the health of adolescents (AA-HA!): Guidance to support country implementation – aims to assist governments in deciding what they plan to do – and how they plan to do it – as they respond to the health needs of adolescents in their countries. It is intended as a reference document for national-level policy-makers and programme managers to assist them in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of adolescent health programmes. Case studies illustrate that what is being recommended can be done. The full document with case studies, a summary document, a comic book, brochure ...
 
 
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16 May
UNICEF @UNICEF
#DYK: More than 3000 #adolescents die every day, largely from preventable causes https://t.co/OoEeJLRKud @WHO https://t.co/U8ph8CLJsx
16 May
IFAD @IFADnews
1.8 billion #youth worldwide to change the future. Investments in #adolescents are essential. https://t.co/m4O8a2pzmX #GlobalYouth2017
16 May
United Nations @UN
RT @WHO: More than 3000 #adolescents die every day, largely from preventable causes https://t.co/PVGcncoPHh https://t.co/7DxWAfee75
16 May
UN Foundation @unfoundation
More than 3000 #adolescents die every day, largely from preventable causes. Learn More: https://t.co/X97rb2uzPE via… https://t.co/q5BWgNotZy
16 May
Frank Langenfeld @FELDart
RT @WHO: More than 3000 #adolescents die every day, largely from preventable causes https://t.co/PVGcncoPHh https://t.co/7DxWAfee75
16 May
WHO @WHO
More than 3000 #adolescents die every day, largely from preventable causes https://t.co/PVGcncoPHh https://t.co/7DxWAfee75