Completed programmes

These YHP programmes have been completed and have informed our later activities. The Brazilprogramme has continued but in another location, whilst AustraliaTurkey and the UK have developed new programmes to target different youth healthcare concerns.]

In 2017 we undertook a Social Return on Investment analysis to try to establish the cost-effectiveness of the activities.

Australia - Driving Change

Improving access to transport for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.


Brazil Phases 1 and 2 addressing youth health issues in Maranhão (2010 – 2015) and São Paulo (2017 – 2020).

Canada - Flex Your Head

12 module programme on mental health and wellness developed with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada.


Adventure club programme encouraging physical activity and healthy diet among socially vulnerable young people.


India Phases 1 and 2 addressing youth health in resettlement communities across Delhi’


Tobacco-focused campaign in three cities aligned with national government health promotion initiatives.


Programme from 2016 reducing risk behaviours around NCDs and addressing adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Kibera.


Addressing mental health and suicidal behaviour in adolescence.


New programme in 2019 in Yangon neighbourhoods


Linking research and experiential expertise on youth homelessness, to develop effective interventions.


Helping families of undocumented migrants in Oslo to gain access to appropriate support.


Encouraging young people to take control of their health and well-being, build self-reliance and self-respect.

Turkey - I am a teenager

This project investigated the causes of violence in schools and assessed techniques to reduce it


Research and the development of support materials for professionals working with homeless young people.


Multi-stakeholder work promoting behaviour change amongst young adolescents in disadvantaged communities in Delaware.


Educating young people in disadvantaged communities on NCD risk factors and sexual health.