Safeguarding the future: Giving priorities to the needs of adolescent and young mothers Living with HIV
This technical brief serves as a crucial resource for advancing global efforts to address the specific needs of adolescent and young mothers living with HIV. It highlights key programmatic examples and strategic actions implemented in sub-Saharan Africa, showcasing collaborative efforts involving governments, healthcare facilities, social services, communities, families, and the affected adolescent and young mothers themselves. These initiatives are designed to bridge the gap between HIV services tailored for adults and maternal health services, ensuring that this vulnerable population receives the necessary care and support. The examples presented in the brief offer valuable insights into the potential and ongoing lessons learned in various countries, facilitating a more focused and effective response to the challenges faced by adolescent and young mothers living with HIV.
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World Health Organization
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Programs Team, Frontline Personnel
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