Young people growing up with HIV have unique medical, psychological and social challenges they must face every day. How can we equip them with the knowledge and support they need to help them reach their potential?

ALL IN is about coming together to stop adolescent deaths, infections and violence caused by AIDS. Teens, parents, health professionals, activists – HIV positive or not – we are all in this together.

Television drama MTV Shuga tackles taboo topics and offers life lessons to viewers in developing nations. How have its gripping storylines changed behaviors?

UNICEF Ambassador Daniela Mercury takes us on a tour of a unique project that uses a mobile clinic to bring HIV tests to young people in Brazil.

Nineteen-year-old Zhao Chen reflects on the importance of sexuality education in school and the issues that adolescents can face when it is missing.

Learn how a program led by the Catholic Relief Service is helping vulnerable children and the people who care for them by strengthening government health systems and civil society organizations so they can provide better care.

In today’s changing world, growing up isn’t always easy. But sexuality education can make this journey easier, helping young people to get the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy choices about relationships and sexuality.

China has witnessed rising HIV infections amongst young people. Today, youth representatives are fighting for change, marking Chinese Valentine's day by encouraging adolescents to learn about safe sex.

Television soap opera MTV Shuga uses TV, the internet, social media, graphic novels and peer education to improve the sexual and reproductive health of young people, reaching nearly 80 per cent of all countries in Africa.

Eighteen-year-old Yana Panfilova has spent the last eight years campaigning in her native Ukraine to raise awareness about HIV. Now, she is determined not to let her own condition stand in the way of her dreams.