Susan Sawyer
President, IAAH

Our Mission

Our mission is to enhance individual competencies, national capacity, and global investment in adolescent health. We aim to catalyze local, regional, and international connections between multidisciplinary professionals who work with adolescents, the organizations that support them, and young people themselves.

How do you
support IAAH?

Help us build a global adolescent health community. Engage with IAAH by becoming a financial member, offering your expertise within a committee, attending our conferences, contributing to our newsletters, or making a donation.


Young Professionals Network

The Young Professionals Network (YPN) aims to build relationships between early career professionals and expert leaders in global adolescent health and provide diverse opportunities for early career professionals to further develop their knowledge, skills, and experiences in adolescent health.

Adolescent Health
In our World

Hover over your country or region and click to find out more about IAAH and adolescent health there.

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IAAH Community

IAAH19 hours ago
Thank you to everyone who zoomed in to our #IAAHYPN webinar. πŸ™ŒπŸΏ Thank you to our amazing speakers! The webinar will be accessible on our website - next week πŸ˜€
IAAH19 hours ago
COVID-19 has seen an increase in young people β€˜rise to the challenge' with young women delivering masks, sanitary items and hand washing instructions in their local communities. Dr Zoya Ali Rizvi, Dep Commissioner (Adolescent Health) @MoHFW_INDIA #IAAHYPN
IAAH19 hours ago
Dr Weni Muniarti (Ministry of Health, Indonesia) - young people from low-middle income households have been hit hardest due to COVID-19. They experience housing instability, food security + loss of family income impacting their education and future prospects #IAAHYPN Oct Webinar
IAAH19 hours ago
Participants in our #IAAHYPN Webinar creating a colourful and diverse Word Cloud led by @NickyJGray @UNESCOchairGHE on how might we improve the educational experience for children and adolescents in schools through intersectorial collaboration among young professionals?
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