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 four steps to assess the quantity and quality of activities using evidence-informed strategies for meeting the needs of youth:
TARP was developed by the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project, in collaboration with young advocates across West Africa. E2A, USAID’s global flagship for strengthening family planning and reproductive health service delivery, is led by Pathfinder International in partnership with ExpandNet, IntraHealth International, and PATH.
Interested in using TARP with team of youth advocates? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org