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Helping Adolescents Thrive Toolkit

This publication, produced by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, has been developed to support the implementation of the WHO guidelines on mental health promotive and preventative interventions for adolescents, released in 2020. The Toolkit includes a core set of evidence-informed strategies to promote and protect adolescent mental health. These strategies focus on: the implementation [more…]

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Successful national government-led adolescent pregnancy and childbearing prevention programmes in Chile, England, Ethiopia, and Jamaica

In the 28 years since the International Conference on Population and Development, there has been remarkable progress on various aspects of adolescent sexual and reproductive health. For example, the rate of adolescent childbearing globally has declined from 47.9 births per 1,000 girls in 2010 to 41.2 births per 1,000 girls in 2020. The rates of [more…]

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WHO Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health Policy Document Repository

The World Health Organization (WHO) sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) policy document repository includes close to 5,000 documents from approximately 140 countries submitted through the 2018-2019 WHO RMNCAH Policy Survey. The documents were submitted by national survey respondents and were organized and catalogued by the WHO Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child [more…]

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SMART Advocacy Guide

For more than a decade, SMART Advocacy has enabled individuals and groups to implement advocacy and fuel progress. With SMART Advocacy, the Advance Family Planning initiative mobilized more than US $100 million for family planning and achieved hundreds of policy changes, both large and small. Since 2009, they achieved more than 2,200 policy and funding [more…]

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Global Health Media Videos

Global Health Media Project’s videos on reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health are engaging, crystal clear, short, and practical. They enable learners of all levels to easily understand and remember critical teaching points. There are videos offered in many languages covering topics like labor care, breastfeeding, and contraceptive use, placement, and removal. This video provides [more…]

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Couple-Based Approaches in Reproductive Health: Implications for Global Policy, Practice, and Research

Couple-focused interventions are a potentially valuable strategy to address the concerns of First Time Parents and accelerate progress toward achieving reproductive health goals. This extensive technical report and summary brief by Evidence to Action (E2A) comprises three core components—a literature review, a global reproductive health policy analysis, and key informant interviews—that explore the extent to [more…]

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Key Insights for First-Time Parent Programs
First Time Parents

Evidence To Action (E2A), led by Pathfinder International, shares eight insights garnered from our experience designing and implementing programming for First-Time Parents (FTPs), highlighting the most important lessons learned across our projects. Each insight provides background on the issues involved, including the specific challenges or opportunities that are unique to FTPs and key points to [more…]

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Couple-Focused Interventions: A Theory of Change
Couple Focused Theory of Change resource

Couple-focused interventions are a potentially valuable strategy to address the concerns of First-Time Parents and accelerate progress toward achieving reproductive health goals. In this technical report, Evidence To Action (E2A), led by Pathfinder International, builds on the findings of their recent literature review, “Couple-Based Approaches in Reproductive Health: Implications for Global Policy, Practice, and Research.” [more…]

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DO’s & DON’Ts for Engaging Men & Boys

Men and boys have their own distinct health needs and vulnerabilities, and engaging men can benefit everyone—including women and girls. What should you do, and not do, when engaging men & boys in health promotion and gender equity? Developed by the USAID Interagency Gender Working Group’s Male Engagement Taskforce, this 2-page fact sheet brings together [more…]

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