Youth

  • Population, Health, & Environment Approaches: Enhance Youth Leadership & Development

    This web feature describe how PHE projects contribute to youth development. Youth are defined in these products as young people between the ages of 10 and 29. The web feature illustrates how youth leadership and inclusion within integrated approaches contribute to sectoral outcomes, and includes two case studies and videos that explore these outcomes.

  • Population, Health, & Environment Approaches: Enhance Youth Leadership & Development

    This policy brief and web feature describes how PHE projects contribute to youth development. Youth are defined in these products as young people between the ages of 10 and 29. The web feature illustrate how youth leadership and inclusion within integrated approaches contribute to sectoral outcomes, and the web feature includes two case studies and videos that explore these outcomes.

  • Evaluating the impacts of protected areas on human well-being across the developing world

    The world has committed, through the Aichi Biodiversity Targets and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), to halt biodiversity loss and increase protected area (PA) coverage and to reduce multidimensional poverty by half by 2030.

  • - Private group -

    Data Summary Grid - AAU

    This data summary grid was created using data from a formative assessment on the knowledge, attitudes and practices around HIV among youth in Ethiopia. The grid was used to develop behavior change objectives which are modeled by the cartoon and photo comic book series targeting Addis Ababa University students.

  • Literature Review - HIV and AIDS Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices (KABP) Among Young People in Ethiopia

    This literature review was conducted on July 2008 by CCP Ethiopia to assess the status quo of the spread of HIV and risk factors. It reviewed the epidemiological data, socio-cultural data, HIV knowledge, sexuality, faithfulness, condom use, communication about sex, substance abuse and gender norms among other topics from nine governmental, non-governmental and higher learning institutions.

  • Know Your Limit Public Service Announcements (PSAs)

    The following public service announcements (PSAs) were developed under the theme Know Your Limit and target university students.

     

    The PSAs show the negative effects of excessive alcohol consumption through the stories of university students.

     

    PSA 1 - The Fight

     

  • Alcohol Communication Strategy Workshop Report

    In 2010, the AIDS Resource Center (ARC) held a strategy design workshop for the alcohol program to address the links between alcohol and HIV, focusing on harm/risk reduction and moderating alcohol consumption.
     
    The workshop report provides the overall communication objective, target audiences, behavior change objectives –including the key benefit, barriers and facilitators of those behaviors – and ideas for communication materials to change the behaviors of the identified audiences.
     
     
  • Know Your Limit Posters - Limiting Alcohol Consumption

    The following posters were developed under the theme Know Your Limit and encourage university students to limit the amount of alcohol they consume and avoid risks to their health.
     
    Know Your Limit Drinking Excessively is Hurting Yourself - Unprotected Sex 1
    This poster shows how excessive consumption of alcohol can lead to unprotected sex and exposure to HIV. 
     
    Know Your Limit Drinking Excessively is Hurting Yourself - Unprotected Sex 2
  • Know Your Limit Bookmark - Benefits of Limiting Alcohol Consumption

    This bookmark is developed under the theme Know your Limit. It targets university students and highlights six benefits of limiting alcohol consumption or not drinking at all.

  • Know Your Limit Brochure - Useful Messages About Alcohol

    This brochure is developed under the theme Know your Limit. It targets university students.
     
    It outlines six benefits limiting alcohol consumption or not drinking and ways to control the amount of alcohol one consumes.
     
     

Pages