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National Youth Friendly Health Services Strategy 2015-2020

Ministry of Health Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Malawi 9 October 2015 Policy document child and adolescent, health service, policy

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The objectives of the Strategy seek to create an enabling environment for youth-friendly health services YFHS delivery, guarantee strict adherence to YFHS standards, strengthen synergies between and across sectors, increase youth and community participation, and identify opportunities for funding for creating a generation free of all chronic conditions.


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