Global consultation on the health services response to the prevention and care of HIV/AIDS among young people
Achieving the global goals: access to services
This document is intended for individuals and organizations in developed and developing countries that are interested in the prevention and care of HIV among young people. It contains a technical report on a global consultation that examined the health service response to HIV among young people.
The report reviews the evidence for effectiveness for a number of interventions delivered though a range of different service providers, including information and counselling; use and distribution of condoms for sexually active young people; STI treatment and care; harm reduction and measures to decrease transmission through IDU and access to HIV testing, care and support.
The report reviews the evidence of effective delivery of these interventions in a range of settings and develops a set of recommendations as to how to accelerate action towards internationally recognised global goals on HIV and young people in countries.