October 19-21, 2007 in the art house "Actor" in Yalta UNFPA Youth Conference «Healthy youth - healthy future» was conducted. The main goal of the conference was to present and discuss successful experience and working results to define challenges and ways of further improvements in the area of youth health. Almost 70 people took part in the conference. Among the participants there were students of Ukrainian higher educational institutions, members of UNFPA Youth Network KRONA, members of UNFPA Youth Advisory Panel, winners of the UNFPA mini-grants contest, as well as youth focal points from Republic of Belarus.
 October 19-21, 2007 in the art house "Actor" in Yalta UNFPA Youth Conference «Healthy youth - healthy future» was conducted. The main goal of the conference was to present and discuss successful experience and working results to define challenges and ways of further improvements in the area of youth health. Almost 70 people took part in the conference. Among the participants there were students of Ukrainian higher educational institutions, members of UNFPA Youth Network KRONA, members of UNFPA Youth Advisory Panel, winners of the UNFPA mini-grants contest, as well as youth focal points from Republic of Belarus.

 October 19-21, 2007 in the art house "Actor" in Yalta UNFPA Youth Conference «Healthy youth - healthy future» was conducted. The main goal of the conference was to present and discuss successful experience and working results to define challenges and ways of further improvements in the area of youth health.

Almost 70 people took part in the conference. Among the participants there were students of Ukrainian higher educational institutions, members of UNFPA Youth Network KRONA, members of UNFPA Youth Advisory Panel, winners of the UNFPA mini-grants contest, as well as youth focal points from Republic of Belarus.

The Conference was opened by the honorary speakers, as follows:

  • Dr. Borys Vornyk, UNFPA Assistant Representative, Ukraine;
  • Ms. Tatiana Haplichnik, UNFPA Programme Coordinator in Belarus;
  • Mr. Dmytro Kulibaba, Adviser to the Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Later, the members of UNFPA Youth Advisory Panel conducted a series of trainings for participants, namely:

  • Prevention of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STI),
  • Prevention of drug and psychoactive substances abuse;
  • Prevention of unwanted pregnancy among youth.

Together they developed recommendations for further activities targeting youth within the framework of UNFPA student organizations' network. Also, the work plan for 2008 focused on youth was discussed.