Multi-service youth centres in Guatemala, Guyana, Grenada, Panama and Peru offer cultural, recreational, health and educational activities. They attract young people who would not come to conventional family planning clinics. Telephone hotlines, such as those in Brazil and Guatemala, provide information and referrals and are especially effective in reaching young men. [Sahabat Remaja] (Friends of Youth) provides free counselling services to Indonesian youth through a hotline, mail and personal consultations. The new Ethiopian Youth Programme of the family planning association has provided sexuality and contraceptive information and services for over 10,000 young people, and has reached 65,000 more through a touring drama group. Over the past 10 years, the Japanese family planning association's Open House for adolescents has received over 35,000 telephone calls on sexual and contraceptive problems, and counselled over 8,000 teenage clients. The success of the project lead to the government setting up an adolescent counselling service modelled on it in 20 centres.