Youth InfoNet is one-stop electronic source that contains new publications and information on youth reproductive health and HIV prevention. It features new program resources with links such as tools, curricula, program reports and unpublished research findings, as well as summaries of peer-reviewed research papers published in the last month on developing country research. This publication began as part of the YouthNet program (2001–2006), led by FHI 360. FHI 360 is continuing to produce Youth InfoNet as an activity of the Interagency Youth Working Group, beginning with issue No. 28.
Issues of InfoNet generally follow this format:
Part I. Program Resources. Summaries of tools, curricula, program reports, unpublished research findings and other items that may be useful for youth programming. Most items are available online, and links to those are included with the summaries.
Part II: Research Articles. Summaries of peer-reviewed research papers published in the last month on developing country research.
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