Noncommunicable Disease Prevention and Adolescents
Although 35% of the global burden of disease has its origins in adolescence young people have largely been overlooked in global discussion on the prevention of noncommunicable disease.
In this report we outline why the need to urgently tackle the drivers of ill-health that are established in childhood and adolescence including tobacco and alcohol use, unhealthy diets and sedentary lifestyle.
How multiple barriers make adolescents the missing population in universal health coverage.
Report from the AstraZeneca Young Health Programme in partnership with Plan International UK
This report explores the perfect storm of discrimination faced by girls with disabilities, which leaves many of them totally unaware of their rights.
A discussion paper from Action for Global Health and Countdown 2030 Europe argues for a human rights-grounded approach to UHC, and highlights areas for priority focus and activism to achieve universal access to SRHR.
This learning brief draws on key findings from research in Bangladesh on Menstrual Hygiene with adolescent girls, boys, women and men.
This policy report look at how to tackle the Growing Noncommunicable Disease Epidemic