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National Standards and Implementation Guide for Youth Friendly Health Services

Royal Government of Bhutan; Ministry of Health Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Bhutan 1 January 2009 Guidelines health service, mental health service, rehabilitation

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“The broad objective of the YFHS strategy is to improve availability, accessibility, acceptability and use of quality health services by young people (10-24) seeking services for issues and problems that are of concern to them and impact the health indicators of the country.”

“This strategy focuses on reorganizing the existing health system in order to meet the service needs of adolescents/ youth. “

Services at Youth Friendly Clinic/Health Facility include:
• Sexual and reproductive health
• Nutrition counselling
• Substance abuse
• Mental health
• Rehabilitation


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