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The Youth-Policy activity ended in 2010.
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spacer spacer was an online resource for improving youth reproductive health (YRH) and HIV/AIDS policy worldwide.

Launched in 2004, was maintained by Task Order 1 of the USAID | Health Policy Initiative (HPI), which ended September, 2010. HPI worked to foster an improved enabling environment for health-especially for family planning/reproductive health, HIV, and maternal health programs. has benefited greatly from the advice of dozens of individuals and organizations. These technical experts volunteered their time and resources to inform the early development and continued growth of the website. We are exceedingly grateful for their important contributions.

For your convenience, the following PDF archives of the site's content are available for download. You may also continue to browse the 131 full-text policies addressing YRH that were collected from 49 countries. The latest policy was 2008.

Health Policy Initiative 2005-2010

Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Health Policy Initiative (HPI) continued and expanded the work begun under the POLICY I and II projects, with an emphasis on family planning and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, and maternal health (MH) policies. HPI placed special emphasis on the implementation of policies.

Health Policy Initiative website

Health Policy Project 2010-2015

Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Health Policy Project (HPP) continues and expands the work begun under the POLICY I and II projects, and the Health Policy Initiative. HPP's focus is on building capacity around the world for improved health policy, advocacy and governance.

Health Policy Project website

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