You are here

Through the EU/UNFPA Reproductive Health Initiative for Youth in Asia (RHIYA), the European Commission and UNFPA have partnered with seven national governments and civil society organizations to respond to the significant challenge of addressing the rights of young people to education and sexual and reproductive health (SRH). RHIYA has pioneered unique approaches and deployed a range of innovative activities to create opportunities for young people to protect their SRH, so that they may meet their full potential.
The purpose of this publication is to share the rich and varied experiences from RHIYA so that they may be used as a valuable resource within the seven countries and beyond. At the same time, it marks our pledge to continue to work in this important area.