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Engaging young people in the design of a sexual reproductive health intervention: Lessons learnt from the Yathu Yathu (“For us, by us”) formative study in Zambia

Publication Year: 2021
Contributing Organisation: Zambart
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Learning Themes: Youth Integration

Meeting the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs of adolescents and young people (AYP) requires their meaningful engagement in intervention design. We describe an iterative process of engaging AYP to finalize the design of a community-based, peer-led and incentivized SRH intervention for AYP aged 15–24 in Lusaka and the lessons learnt.

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