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The 15 to 19 years category age group category required by UNICEF Adolescent Health

Women and girl's rights in Sierra Leone: Let Us Know!

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Author: Olabisi Olu Garrick, February 23 2015 - Despite my fourteen years as a journalist, I didn’t always want to work in the media. I actually wanted to be a lawyer.

The ability to hold people to account and help people understand their legal rights always appealed to me. Little did I know that a chance meeting with a woman one sunny afternoon would change my life.

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A novel approach to maternal health in Nigeria

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Author: Producer Trainer for BBC Media Action in Nigeria Akile Gojo, originally posted December 5 2017 - Earlier this year, after a day of training producers at one of our partner radio stations in Gombe state, I was eating dinner in a nearby restaurant. In the background, a radio was playing, and, as I sat there, I realised that all the women - and some men as well - were listening intently to a novel being read aloud on air.

I knew listening to romance novels on the radio - especially those written by local authors - has been growing in popularity with women and girls in Northern Nigeria. They often go to the market to buy copies of their favourites to read again at home with family.

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Urban Adolescent SRH SBCC I-Kit Pilot Qualitative Research & Case Study Report

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Fecha de Publicación
Septiembre 1, 2017

In 2015, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) project developed the Urban Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Social and Behavior Change Communications Implementation Kit (I-Kit) to help guide the creation, or strengthening, of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) social and social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) programmes for urban adolescents aged 10 to 19. (See Related Summaries, below.) In 2016, HC3 worked with 5 pilot partner (PP) organisations throughout Benin, Madagascar, and Kenya to pilot the I-Kit and see how each organisation applied the Urban Adolescent SRH SBCC I-Kit to its work. This post-project qualitative study was designed to capture PPs' experiences and perceived SBCC capacity strengthening.

Fuente: 

HC3 website, December 7 2017. Image credit: Mpanazava Eto Madagasikara and Projet Jeune Leader at an I-Kit pilot experience-sharing workshop with HC3 in Madagascar. © 2016, Mohamad Sy-Ar

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Understanding and Tackling the Gendered Drivers of Poor Adolescent Mental Health

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Autor: 
Chisina Kapungu
Suzanne Petroni
Fecha de Publicación
Junio 1, 2017

"We hypothesize that rigid social norms and gender-based discrimination limit the perceived control that both girls and boys have over their own lives and futures, and that this perceived lack of control can have deleterious effects on their mental health and overall well-being."

Fuente: 

ICRW website, December 6 2017. Image credit: Ashley Binetti

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How we attracted women to our shows

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Author: Head of Research and Learning, BBC Media Action Nigeria, Anu Mohammed, originally posted November 22 2017 - As a child and throughout my teenage years in northern Nigeria, I saw men in our neighbourhood shopping for the food needed by the family. To my young mind, this was fascinating, and I thought “how helpful and thoughtful of them”.

It was only later I came to understand that, for cultural reasons, women were not expected to be seen in public. But deep down, I still couldn’t understand it.

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Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision among Adolescents: A Missed Opportunity for HIV Behavioral Interventions

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Autor: 
Michelle R. Kaufman
Kim H. Dam
Lynn M. Van Lith
Karin Hatzold
Webster Mavhu
Catherine Kahabuka
Lusanda Mahlasela
Eshan U. Patel
María Elena Figueroa
Emmanuel Njeuhmeli
Kim Seifert-Ahanda
Getrude Ncube
Gissenge Lija
Collen Bonnecwe
Aaron A.R. Tobian
Fecha de Publicación
Julio 1, 2017
Afiliación: 

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Kaufman); Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (Dam, Van Lith, Figueroa); Population Services International (Hatzold); Centre for Sexual Health & HIV/AIDS Research (Mavhu); CSK Research Solutions Ltd. (Kahabuka); Centre for Communication Impact (Mahlasela); Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (Marcell, Patel, Tobian); United States Agency for International Development Washington/Global Health Bureau/Office of HIV/AIDS (Njeuhmeli, Seifert-Ahanda); Ministry of Health and Child Care, Harare, Zimbabwe (Ncube); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (Ncube, Lija); National Department of Health, Pretoria, South Africa (Bonnecwe)

"VMMC may be one of the first occasions for adolescent males in many African countries to interact with the health system and offers a unique opportunity for providers to engage them in broader SRH and HIV messaging."

Fuente: 

AIDS. 2017 Jul 1; 31 Suppl 3:S233-S241. doi: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000001484. Image credit: Gaph Phatedi, CHAPS

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Girls' Clubs and Empowerment Programmes

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Autor: 
Rachel Marcus
Fecha de Publicación
Septiembre 1, 2015
Afiliación: 

Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

"This note highlights examples of girls’ clubs that have led to increasingly gender equitable attitudes and practices, from programmes in Burkina Faso to Bangladesh."

This research and practice note from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) explores girls clubs as a strategy to empower adolescent girls. It discusses the potential, limitations, and recommendations to enhance the positive contribution that clubs can make to girls’ lives. It is part of the Knowledge to Action Resource Series 2015, produced as part of a 4-year programme - ‘Transforming the Lives of Adolescent Girls’ – involving evaluations of fieldwork in Ethiopia, Uganda, Nepal, and Viet Nam and a review of communications programmes and secondary literature. 

Aims of the clubs include, for example:

Fuente: 

ODI website, November 15 2017.

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A Roadmap for Change: Impactful Women's Empowerment and Gender Equality Initiatives

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Fecha de Publicación: 
Mayo 1, 2016

This compendium shares some of CARE International’s most impactful programmes and projects in the field of women’s empowerment and gender equality. Although not exhaustive, this compendium is designed to offer a good indication of what works best to promote social justice and empowerment for women and girls, as well as for men and boys. Specifically, it serves as a roadmap for tracking selected gender equality outcomes in CARE operations since the early nineties.

Costo: 
Free to download
Idiomas: 

English

Numero de Páginas: 

18

Fuente: 

CARE Gender Justice website on November 13 2017.

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Art, Development and Peace: Working with Adolescents Living in Internally Displaced People's Camps in Mindanao

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Autor: 
Valentina Baú
Fecha de Publicación
Mayo 16, 2017
Afiliación: 

University of New South Wales

"This study shows how the collaborative forms of art and media used by the programme are avenues for the inclusion of adolescents in the post-emergency response, as they offer them a channel to both communicate with one another and to express their views and feelings."

Fuente: 

Journal of International Development 29, 948–960 (2017) - sent via email from Valentina Baú to The Communication Initiative on November 7 2017. Image credit: ©Ateneo Center for Culture and the Arts/2016/A.M. Abdusali

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Evaluation of the HERhealth Intervention in Bangladesh: Baseline Findings from an Implementation Research Study

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Fecha de Publicación
Junio 27, 2017

"Women working in global supply chains, many of whom are young and undereducated migrants, have limited health knowledge and often lack access to critical health services and products. Myths and misconceptions, especially stigmas around reproductive health, lead to unhealthy or dangerous behavior." - HERhealth

Fuente: 

Evidence Project website and HERhealth website - both accessed on October 16 2017. Image credit: BSR

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