• Promoting adolescent health as an emerging health priority in Africa

  • Developing a coherent research strategy relevant to Africa

    Focused on HIV and adolescent health, with major implications for public health now and in the future

  • Conducting world-class interdisciplinary research in HIV and adolescent health

  • Contributing to the development of adolescent health as a core component of the curriculum in nursing, medicine and allied health sciences

    “How to improve health”

    Photo by Edith Kachingwe of Zomba Teens

Welcome to the HAYA (Healthy Adolescents & Young Adults) Research Unit


This new Unit is a partnership between the Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive and Child Health (MARCH) at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Africa Centre for Population Health. It is being funded by the ViiV Positive Action Programme, which supports communities affected by HIV and AIDS.

The Unit will work collaboratively with other research groups, developing academic partnerships nationally, regionally and internationally. The initiative will also provide a focus for training and building capacity in research and adolescent healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Read our workshop report (click here)

ViiV Healthcare Positive Action Programmes

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Watch a video summarising the scope of the various Positive Action programmes and partnerships (click here)

 

 

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