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Pursuing Youth-Powered, Transdisciplinary Programming for Contraceptive Service Delivery across Three Countries: The Case of Kuwa Mjanja in Tanzania

Publication Year: 2018
Contributing Organisation: Adolescents 360 (A360),Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,Center for the Developing Adolescent,Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF),IDEO,PSI,SFH,Triggerise
Authors: Melanie Punton, Emma Mulhern, Gabrielle Appleford
Learning Themes: Quality & Standards

A360’s Kuwa Mjanja (Be Smart) is an innovative program that delivers life skills and contraceptive counseling sessions—tailored to and branded for the unique needs of the girls served. It’s a girl-powered call to action that seeks to reframe the narrative about girls, and contraception. This technical brief analyzes A360’s strategy and lessons learned to date, presenting a case study of the A360 experience in Tanzania, and offers considerations for how a girl-centered approach to contraception can address gaps in adolescent sexual and reproductive health in future settings.

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