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GAMA website: https://www.who.int/data/maternal-newborn-child-adolescent/gama GAMA commentary: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1054139X19301661 \r\f\n\t\b\n\t\t\f\t\b\t\f\t To provide technical guidance to WHO, UN H6+ agencies, 1 and other relevant measurement groups to dene a core set of adolescent health indicators, for the purpose of harmonizing eorts around adolescent health measurement and reporting; for adolescent health measure - ment, supporting countries and technical organizations in collect - ing useful data to track progress in the improvement of adolescent health. \b Adolescents aged 1019 years. All adolescents, including younger years) adolescents of all genders, and adolescents in and out of school. GAMA will also ensure that adolescents in humanitarian settings, adolescents living with disabilities, ethnic and religious minorities, migrants, institutionalised adolescents, as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and intersex adolescents are included. GAMAs work will focus on dening health measurement, including health determinants, health behaviours, morbidity, mortality, and performance of systems and programmes inuencing health. The denition of priority areas will be based on the disease and risk factor burden, existing policies, programmes, initiatives and indicator frameworks relevant for adolescent health measurement, and on input from key stakeholders including UN H6+ agencies, countries and adolescents themselves. \r GAMA will focus on dening priority indicators as well as gaps in the priority areas, considering input and process, output, outcome, and impact indicators, 2 and on providing guidance on their measurement. 1 UNAIDS, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UN Women, the World Bank Group, and the World Food Programme (WFP) 2 Input indicators measure human and nancial operational policies that enable programme activities to be implemented. Process indicators measure the activities carried out to achieve the objectives of a programme and include both what is done and how well it is done. Output indicators measure the results of the processes in terms of service access, availability, quality and safety. Outcome indicators measure intermediate results For more information please contact: Ann-Beth Moller (firstname.lastname@example.org) Regina Guthold (email@example.com) of programmes measurable at the population level. Impact indicators measure long-term outcomes programmes are designed to aect, including decreases in mortality and morbidity. In: Moller AB, Newby H, Hanson C et al. Measures matter: A scoping review of maternal and newborn indicators. PLoS One 13(10):e0204763.