sexual health of adolescents. The Canadian Youth, Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Study (CYSHHAS), coordinated by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada, and funded by Health Canada under the Canadian Strategy on HIV/AIDS, attempts to occupy that void by providing a contemporary picture of the sexual behaviour of adolescents. However, the 2002 Canadian Youth, Sexual Health, HIV/AIDS Study, a national school-based survey, found that only 5% to 6% of grade 11 students reported not using birth control at their last.
HIV, STD, and teen pregnancy prevention programs in schools should. Provide health information that is basic, accurate, and directly contributes to health-promoting decisions and behaviors. Address the needs of youth who are not having sex as well as youth who are currently sexually active. Demonstrates that most students report relatively rare use of harmful addictive drugs, a “happy home life,” and indicate that the school serves as an important source of sexual and HIV/AIDS information, that students' sexual health knowledge increases with grade, and that youth are familiar with condom use.
Jan 01, 2005 · Youth and the Ryan White CARE Act. Youth ages 13 to 24 constituted approximately 4.1 percent of all Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act . Opportunities to obtain knowledge about HIV, AIDS and sexual health are extremely limited for young people not in school.85 Youth clubs have the potential to provide HIV knowledge, but their small, localised reach means their impact is limited on a large scale.86. Lack of access to HIV services.