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Exploring the multi-level impacts of a youthled comprehensive sexuality education model in Madagascar using Human-centered Design methods

Publication Year: 2024
Contributing Organisation: University of Pittsburgh
Authors: Sara E. Baumann, Laura Leeson, and Mihaja Raonivololona
Learning Themes: Global Health

Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is recognized as a critical tool for addressing sexuality and reproductive health challenges among adolescents. However, little is known about the broader impacts of CSE on populations beyond adolescents, such as schools, families, and communities. This study explores multi-level impacts of an innovative CSE program in Madagascar, which employs young adult CSE educators to teach a three-year curriculum in government middle schools across the country. The two-phased study embraced a participatory approach and qualitative Human-centered Design (HCD) methods. In phase 1, 90 school
principals and administrators representing 45 schools participated in HCD workshops, which were held in six regional cities. Phase 2 took place one year later, which included 50 principals from partner schools, and focused on expanding and validating findings from phase 1.

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