Reproductive Health Projects

Activity:Support to Lusaka Youth Forum

Period:December 2008

Description: Regional workshop on proposal, review and adoption of a Youth Network Charter for 150 young participants from Africa.Discussions on the development and strengthening a youth national networks.Development and adoption an action plan.Development and adoption of the youth network strategic plan.

Output Common vision and mission for the Youth NetworkYouth Charter adopted on RH and HIV/AIDSFive Year Strategic PlanProposal to collaborate with regional institutionsCapacity building programme for the youth in the area of gender and HIV/AIDS

Focus: Reproductive Health,HIV/AIDS


Funding Agency:UNFPA

Activity:Training of Trainers on SRH Programme for Young People

Period:2nd-5th September 2008

Description: To orient and equip them with skills to facilitate training and transfer skills to trainees

Output 7 trainers of trainers attended the training

Focus: Sexual Reproductive Health


Funding Agency:PPAG, Ghana

Activity:Baseline Survey for AMREF/Kenya and MFS RH Among Nomadic Youth


Description: To Establish baseline status of all project indicators and provide benchmarks for target setting as well as gain insights into socio-cultural, economic and infrastructural barriers/constraints to youth friendly reproductive health services and rights in Magadi and Loitokitok divisions, Kajiado district in Kenya

Output RH of nomadic youth established during the four year programme (2007-2010 programme focusing on RH care of nomadic youth in Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania

Focus: Reproductive Health (RH)


Funding Agency:Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs/AMREF

Activity:Mali Adolescent Reproductive Health Programme


Description: National Workshop on validation and development of a national strategy on dissemination of documents on policy, norms and procedures of RH services; Workshop in TOT and Supervision; Workshop on Dissemination of Results of the Evaluation of Family Planning Programmes and Community-Based Distribution; Development of follow up Documents for Improving Quality of Services; Participation in Working on Documents
on Best Practices and the Study of STIs; Preparation of Survey on Policies, Norms and Procedures; Evaluation of 32 Community Health Centres

Output Ensured capacity of Malian Institutions, especially at decentralized levels, to provide quality child survival, reproductive health, basic education and skills development services to targeted populations with a focus on special needs of 10-24 year old group

Focus: Reproductive Health (RH)


Funding Agency:JSI

Activity:Technical Assistance to Packard Foundation for Developing the young adult reproductive health strategy for Northern Nigeria


Description: Collection of data on status of YARH services and policies in Northern NigeriaSynthesis of data collected to develop a comprehensive draft strategydissemination of draft strategy in a state-of-the-art (SOTA) workshop on ARH in Nigeria attended by representatives of key agencies and communitiesIncorporation of feedback received during the SOTA workshop were incorporated into the youth strategy document which was finalised and submitted to the foundation in March 2001

Output Coordination of the development process of the young adult reproductive health strategy

Focus: ASRH


Funding Agency:Packard Foundation

Activity:Development of communication strategies for Girls' Education in Central and West Africa

Period:5-13 Feb, 3-7 May, 12 - 16 Aug 99

Description: Data collection via desk research and interviews; training of evaluation team; facilitation of community RH workshop; data processing and analysis

Output Evaluation report

Focus: Youth/IEC

Countries:Ivory Coast,Guinea Conakry

Funding Agency:UNICEF

Activity:Evaluation of the Empowering Girls and Young Women Project

Period:11-29 July 1999

Description: Data collection via desk research and interviews; training of evaluation team; facilitation of community RH workshop; data processing and analysis

Output Evaluation Report

Focus: Youth/Gender


Funding Agency:Population Concern