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“NOT WITHOUT US!” TOOL FOR AYRH-RESPONSIVE PLANNING (TARP)

Are you a youth advocate who wants to make family planning and reproductive health plans more responsive to the needs of young people? Use this new digital advocacy tool to identify gaps in your countries’ plans and make recommendations for improvement—to share directly with your policymakers. Using TARP, young people and their adult allies follow [more…]

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Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard

The Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard dashboard allows users to access, interpret, and compare countries’ youth family planning policies and programming. Users can assess the extent to which a country’s current policy environment enables and supports youth access to and use of family planning. This assessment uses eight indicators that have been shown to be [more…]

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Investing in Youth Impact: A toolkit on Youth-friendly Funding

CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality conducted a study with 130 dedicated youth-led organizations (YLOs) and 15 major donors to understand the experiences of YLOs in accessing donor funds. Based on the study findings, the Investing in Youth Impact toolkit provides insight into the barriers that YLOs face in fundraising, from the YLOs’ and the donors’ [more…]

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Investing in Gondar’s Future: Supporting the Health and Development of Vulnerable Adolescents in Ethiopia

Adolescents often face significant social and structural barriers to optimal sexual and reproductive health and development. To address these barriers, International Medical Corps in collaboration with local community partners implemented an integrated adolescent health project in Gondar City, in northwest Ethiopia. The project combined community-based activities with rehabilitation and systems support interventions to lay a [more…]

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Thinking Outside the Separate Space (TOSS): A Decision-Making Tool for Designing Youth-Friendly Services

E2A’s Thinking Outside the Separate Space (TOSS) is a first-of-its kind tool for designers of AYRH-responsive care—to determine the most appropriate model for delivering youth-friendly services. TOSS guides program designers in selecting and adapting appropriate youth-friendly service delivery model(s) based on the country context, target population, desired behavioral and health outcomes, sexual and reproductive health [more…]

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Adolescent & Youth Sexual & Reproductive Health Toolkit

The Challenge Initiative’s Adolescent & Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health (AYSRH) Toolkit contains evidence-based interventions for increasing young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services and information in urban environments. It includes a range of adaptable interventions relating to three components of adolescent health programming: services, demand creation, and advocacy. The Toolkit supports the [more…]

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Tackling The Taboo: Sexuality And Gender-transformative Programmes To End Child, Early And Forced Marriage And Unions

Tackling the Taboo focuses on the need to address social control of adolescent girls’ sexuality in the fight against child, early and forced marriage and unions, and highlights the vital role played by gender-transformative program. The report presents findings from a review of 23 organizations that work at the intersection of child marriage and sexuality, [more…]

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Client Registry and Electronic Medical Records in Tanzania

Unique identification is essential for monitoring progress toward PEPFAR’s 95-95-95 goal. The Tanzania Technical Support Services Project (TSSP), led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) and funded by PEPFAR through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), supports and strengthens Tanzania’s Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC) and other public [more…]

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Implementing SRHR Programs Across the Humanitarian Development Nexus

The Implementing Best Practices (IBP) Initiative, the Inter-agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (IAWG), UNFPA, IPPF, and WHO convened over 40 organizations in Istanbul to share experiences, tools, and resources about sexual and reproductive health and rights programming across the humanitarian development nexus. Ten key issues emerged as priorities to consider when implementing [more…]

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