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Reaching First-Time Parents and Young Married Women for the Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies in Burkina Faso

Building on conclusions from E2A’s literature review, this report examines Pathfinder’s YMWFTP project in Burkina Faso as an example of a family planning initiative. The report contributes to the existing evidence base and shares
key findings from the YMW-FTP project to inform future projects targeting young married women and first-time parents, particularly in West Africa. 

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Binta's Dilemma

Over the past two years, E2A has released three films that are being used as part of a comprehensive approach to behavior change implemented by the project’s University Leadership for Change initiative. The films demonstrate how narrative can be used in an effort to change sexual and reproductive health behaviors by sparking reflection, dialogue, and action.

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Whose Norms

Over the past two years, E2A has released three films that are being used as part of a comprehensive approach to behavior change implemented by the project’s University Leadership for Change initiative. The films demonstrate how narrative can be used in an effort to change sexual and reproductive health behaviors by sparking reflection, dialogue, and action. 

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Hadjo’s Dreams

Over the past two years, E2A has released three films that are being used as part of a comprehensive approach to behavior change implemented by the project’s University Leadership for Change initiative. The films demonstrate how narrative can be used in an effort to change sexual and reproductive health behaviors by sparking reflection, dialogue, and action.

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New Data from PMA2020 Shed Light on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Kaduna, Nigeria

Data on menstrual hygiene management (MHM) are scarce, especially at a large scale. As Melinda Gates noted at the recent Women Deliver conference in May, “Data underpins everything… If you don’t have data, you don’t know where to make good investments. This is why I’m so excited about the potential of the commitment to close the gender data gap”. 

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Youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services for today’s university students, tomorrow’s leaders

University students are at a pivotal point in their lives. Many of them are living away from their families for the first time, and, along with this newfound freedom, they are making decisions that will have lasting impact on their futures. In many contexts, young women are going to university when they are expected to marry and start having children. At the same time, they are surrounded by new people, ideas, and choices. It is a time for exploration, experimentation, and forming new relationships, and they are faced with the complex social and sexual norms of university life.

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What works to improve young people’s sexual and reproductive health

New research published today shows that there are number of interventions which can help to improve health outcomes in young people (ages 10-24), but there is no single action or intervention which can work for all young people, to address all of their needs. While several high-quality interventions were found, they may only be applicable in specific settings for specific outcomes. More evidence is needed to show whether these interventions can apply to other settings or help to improve additional sexual and reproductive health outcomes for young people.

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