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Some of these questions are very personal, and we want to reassure you that your answers will be kept anonymous and are 100% confidential. Surveys submitted through Survey Monkey will be anonymous. You do not need to include your name and no respondent will be identifiable in the analysis. Please feel free to skip any questions that do not apply to you or that you do not feel comfortable answering. Your answers are very important, and will be used to contribute to an evidence base that reflects the voices of young people. If you have any questions about the questionnaire or would like a copy of the final paper, please contact Julie Mellin, GYCA's Program Associate for the Link Up project.
This survey consists of 3 sections:
- Part 1 asks for personal data, but all information given will be completely anonymous.
- Part 2 asks you to identify your 3 top priority issues affecting young people in all their diversity at the intersection of HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights. This vision for the future will inform national and global advocacy by, for and with young people toward achieving the Millennium Development Goals and the formation of the post-2015 development agenda.
- Part 3 asks a series of short-answer questions addressing your experience and perspective on services, practice and policies around HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights integration with space for you to provide longer answers if you have time. The questionnaire should take no more than 15 minutes, and we would greatly appreciate if you answered as many questions as you can!
If you have questions about definitions, sexual and reproductive health rights, HIV/AIDS, or human rights, please check out International HIV/AIDS Alliance's resource site for more information.
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