The objective of the Project is to reduce HIV/AIDS infection rates among young people (15-24 years old). To achieve this, the Project will support the Government to implement a comprehensive behavior change communication program aimed at reducing HIV/AIDS infection risk for youth. The Project will have four components: (1) leadership and strategy support for HIV/AIDS prevention among youth; (2) a national mass media program for behavior change; (3) community-based HIV/AIDS prevention resources for youth including harm reduction outreach services, HIV prevention for vulnerable youth, and primary prevention programs for youth and families; and (4) project management, capacity building, monitoring, and evaluation.
Latest Project Documents
|HIV/AIDS Prevention among Youth Project||Oct 2013|
|HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Youth||Jan 2007|
|Grant Agreement for HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Youth Project between Socialist Republic of Viet Nam and ADB dated 24 Jul 2006||Jul 2006|
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