WHO, Partners Launch Guidance On Developing Digital Health Interventions With, For Young People

WHO: Young people and digital health interventions: working together to design better
“WHO and partners launch new guidance on designing digital health interventions with and for young people. Digital tools are an increasingly popular approach to improving health worldwide — particularly among adolescents and young people, who are accessing the internet at earlier stages of life. Youth-centered digital health interventions is a new framework developed by WHO, HRP, UNESCO, UNICEF and UNFPA. It provides guidance on effective planning, development, and implementation of digital solutions with and for young people to address the many health challenges they may face as they grow into adulthood” (10/29).

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