This document describes a multisectoral adolescent sexual and reproductive health program implemented by the Government of Mozambique with financial support from the United Nations Population Fund and technical support from Pathfinder. The program has three main components: clinical youth-friendly health services, in-school interventions and community-based outreach. Although the document focuses on the establishment and scale-up of youth-friendly health services, the service component cannot be examined in isolation, as the multisectoral approach has been critical to the success and use of youth-friendly health services within Mozambique. The sections of the document that describe the development of Geração Biz, its implementation model and management structure include details on the overall multisectoral program in order to help the reader understand how the components function together. After that, the document focuses more specifically on the youth-friendly health services component that is implemented by the Ministry of Health.