Public feedback on priority indicators on adolescent health.
Share your opinion until 6 December 2020!
The Global Action for Measurement of Adolescent health (GAMA) Advisory Group was established in 2018 by WHO, with the support of partner UN agencies, to improve adolescent health measurement globally. One of GAMA’s main objectives, and its primary focus for the last two years, is to provide guidance to WHO, other UN agencies and measurement groups to define a set of priority indicators for global and national adolescent health measurement.
To meet this objective, the GAMA Advisory Group has reviewed key measurement initiatives, defined a set of core adolescent health measurement areas, and conducted a mapping of over 400 existing indicators relating to these measurement areas. Building on these efforts and with additional inputs from UN partners and others, the GAMA Advisory Group has systematically selected a draft set of priority indicators for global and national adolescent health measurement. Access the draft set of GAMA priority adolescent health indicators here.
This draft set of indicators is being shared publicly, to enable review and feedback from the wider scientific and public health community, as well as all users of the final set of indicators at global, regional, and national levels. To provide feedback, please review the draft set of GAMA priority indicators for adolescent health measurement by completing the survey below.
The draft set of indicators and the survey are available in English, French and Spanish. Access the survey to provide feedback on the draft set of GAMA priority indicators for adolescent health measurement via this link.
For more information, please visit the GAMA homepage or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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