Explore the latest global data on adolescent health, adolescent mental health, HIV and AIDS in adolescents, adolescent HIV prevention and adolescent mortality.
This technical document explains how UNICEF incorporates non-communicable-disease (NCD) prevention into programming, focusing on reducing NCD risk factors for mothers, children and adolescents.
This guidance from the World Health Organization and other United Nations agencies provides the comprehensive information countries need to decide what to do for adolescent health.
Learn more about how to effectively programme with and for adolescents.
This paper makes the case that to achieve universal health coverage, policymakers need to take urgent action in the areas of service delivery, financing and governance.
UNICEF’s Office of Research-Innocenti presents evidence on the psychological well-being of adolescents in 31 countries to shed light on an area in which internationally comparable data are scarce.
Explore this platform from UNAIDS to address HIV and AIDS among adolescents by scaling up HIV testing, high-impact treatment and prevention programmes.
Promoting gender-responsive adolescent health is among the priorities set out in UNICEF’s action plan for gender equality.
Learn more about this roadmap for advancing the Sustainable Development Goals by improving health and well-being, including by addressing the unique health challenges facing adolescents.
Read more about UNICEF’s approach to end preventable maternal, newborn and child deaths and promote the health and development of children at all life stages, including adolescence.
Experts from around the world draw on current data to examine the forces that shape adolescent health.
The largest-ever U-report poll consulted 385,000 adolescents and young people on their vision for achieving affordable, accessible, quality health care.