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What Works in Youth HIV presents emerging and evidence-based practices and practical resources to help those who work with youth to prevent HIV/AIDS.

Strategies

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We use the evidence-based curriculum Project AIM because it's youth development-focused. The curriculum focuses on their positive possible self."

Maranda - Washington, DC

Youth & HIV

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Schools can provide comprehensive sex education, ensure access to reproductive care, and support positive youth development to reduce risk-taking."

Midge - Providence, RI

Engage Youth

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Engaging young people means involving them in the design, implementation and evaluation of programs and policies that affect their well-being."

Jennifer - Washington, DC

About Us

The National Resource Center for Adolescent HIV/AIDS Prevention was awarded cooperative agreement funding from the Department of Health and Human Services's Office of Adolescent Health. JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., an international public health consulting company, oversees the Center, consisting of the What Works in Youth HIV website and training and technical assistance.