As part of UNAIDS Secretariat’s commitment to increasing youth leadership, ownership, and mobilization in the HIV response by 2015—a target of the 2011 Political Declaration on AIDS, we have embarked in a base-line study to better understand the quality of youth participation in the global HIV response.
To enable the Secretariat to measure progress on its youth agenda, as well as to advocate strategically for meaningful youth participation in key decision-making processes, the goal of this study is to establish an evidence base for the impact of youth participation and a baseline of the degree of youth participation and leadership in HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) processes globally.
This will be a very short survey exercise that may take you under 10 minutes to respond. To fill out this survey, you must be between the ages of 15 and 30. Your feedback and answers are extremely important and will be useful to achieve the goal of conducting a general assessment of young people’s perception of the quality, experience, and impact of youth participation within the HIV and SRHR response.
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