This report is intended to support government technical specialists, development partners, civil society organizations and adolescent and youth groups considering or planning a country rapid assessment on adolescents and HIV. The report aims to help this audience: 1. Understand the data-driven planning process that was used in Botswana, Cameroon, Jamaica, Swaziland and Zimbabwe to help prioritize adolescent populations, programme interventions and priority geographic areas to accelerate HIV results in adolescents. 2. Identify and discuss key programmatic and other contextual and cross- sectoral challenges and coverage gaps in the delivery of results for adolescents in HIV and related sectors. 3. Understand the cross-sectoral opportunities and linkages to health, education, protection and other relevant areas identified in the five countries as strategic platforms for leveraging improved HIV results in adolescents.