In December 2019, the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS and the World Health Organization co-hosted a learning session to develop an evidence-informed advocacy agenda on adolescent mothers affected by HIV and their children. 43 global thought leaders took part - from the HIV, sexual and reproductive health, early childhood development, poverty reduction, rights, gender, exclusion and mental health sectors. It was accompanied by a global literature review and a video of the voices of young mothers across Sub Saharan Africa. The World Health Organization has produced a full report of the Learning Session, which is available separately. This document sets out just the draftadvocacy messages and recommendations for donors, governments, and civil society, which were prioritised by participants of the Learning Session. This is a ‘live’ document and has been put out for further consultation with adolescent mothers affected by HIV and the communities of practice that work alongside them.