Commitment  Measures  Lead / Supporting Entities
Countries supported to develop and enforce gender- sensitive laws and policies that promote and protect the health of all young people 12.1.    Gender-sensitive laws and policies that fulfill the rights of all young people to autonomous decision making in matters of
health, with special attention to sexual and reproductive health revised or established

Lead:   UNFPA, WHO

Supporting:
OSGEY, UNAIDS,UNDP, UNHCR, UNICEF, UN Women

12.2.    Gender-sensitive laws and multi- sectoral public policies to protect all young people from risk factors for negative health outcomes developed and/or enforced Lead:   UNFPA, WHO Supporting:
DESA, ILO, OSGEY, UNAIDS,
UNDP, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNICEF, UN Women
12.3.    All young people have opportunities to engage as advocates for their right to health Lead:  UNFPA Supporting:
OSGEY, UNAIDS, UNESCO, UNICEF, WHO, WIPO
Countries’ efforts supported to improve the capacity of health systems3 to universal coverage of gender-sensitive and age- appropriate health services to young people 13.1.    Age and sex specific information on epidemiology, health-related behaviours, social determinants, access to and use of services is collected, analyzed, disseminated and used Lead: UNICEF, WHO Supporting:
DESA, OSGEY, UNAIDS, UNFPA,
UNHCR
 
   
13.2.  The capacity of the health sector and other sectors’ workforce to address the health concerns of all young people has been improved   
Lead:   UNFPA, WHO Supporting:
OSGEY, UNAIDS, UNDP,
UNHCR, UNICEF, UNODC    

3 A health system includes all the activities whose primary purpose is to promote, restore or maintain health. In this definition, community actions and services – if their primary purpose is health – are part of health systems. Beyond the boundaries of this definition are those activities whose primary purpose is something other than health (education, for example) even if these activities have a secondary, health-enhancing benefit.