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Introduction; Worldwide, young women and men suffer a disproportionate share of reproductive health problems, such as unplanned pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS, and other serious reproductive health problems. Youth Reproductive Health Service is a special gift from the youth age group, young people all over the world are in need of much better education and health care related to reproduction.
Methodology; This cross-sectional community based descriptive study was conducted in West Hararghe, Gumbi Bordade woreda Arba Bordade Health Center, with the main objectives of assessing youth reproductive health service preferences and utilization. Based on probability proportionate to the population size of kebele, the lottery method was used to identify the study population by interviewing 239 youth selected by systematic sampling using per-structured questionnaires
Result-. A total of 239 youth aged 15-24, 221 responded to the structured questionnaire, out of which 114 (51.6%) were male, with a male to female ratio of 1.14:1. Among the study participants, 140 (63.3%) were aged 15-19, and 38 (17.2%) were married. In the assessment of utilization and preference of the health institution, 96(43.4%) of the respondents preferred to be served in governmental health institution and 69 (31.2%) of the youth indicated the need to rearrange in the existing health institution having separate youth health institution, and 93(42.1%) of the them preferred to be served by young and of the same sex.
Conclusions: -A high figure of the youth not served in the existing health institution for their reproductive health needs, even those who used to be served, they claimed that the existing health institutions were inconvenient and unattractive. Almost half of the respondents preferred the need for rearrangement of youth reproductive health institutions separately, and also to be served by young and the same sex health providers. Family health service, sexual education, partner relation guidance, information and education on STD/HIV AIDS and to having an information center were preferred by almost by all respondents.