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Mapping Study Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward
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| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations & Networks in South Asia - Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward

This mapping study of networks, youth-led organisations, organisations that focus on youth development as well as youth-serving organizations has been conducted. A key aim of the study has been to bring these diverse organizations and networks on the same platform based on commonalities and also highlighting their strengths, so that through sharing of experiences, expertise and learning, SRHR with and for youth, including advocacy, can strengthen in the region

Mapping Study Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward
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| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations & Networks in South Asia - Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward

This mapping study of networks, youth-led organisations, organisations that focus on youth development as well as youth-serving organizations has been conducted. A key aim of the study has been to bring these diverse organizations and networks on the same platform based on commonalities and also highlighting their strengths, so that through sharing of experiences, expertise and learning, SRHR with and for youth, including advocacy, can strengthen in the region

Mapping Study Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks
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| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations and Networks in South Asia: Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks

This document, a result of a mapping study undertaken in Nine countries in South Asia, showcases the dynamism of youth work and SRHR work in the region. It contains a purposive sample of 68 organisations/ networks working either on issues of SRHR, youth development and participation or both, with full recognition that the two are intrinsically linked. The data presented in the directory is information gathered either through primary data shared by the respective organisations/networks and/or supported by desk research. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

Mapping Study Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks
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| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations and Networks in South Asia: Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks

This document, a result of a mapping study undertaken in Nine countries in South Asia, showcases the dynamism of youth work and SRHR work in the region. It contains a purposive sample of 68 organisations/ networks working either on issues of SRHR, youth development and participation or both, with full recognition that the two are intrinsically linked. The data presented in the directory is information gathered either through primary data shared by the respective organisations/networks and/or supported by desk research. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

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| 13 January 2017

SRH HIV Integration - Link, Connect, Change

IPPF South Asia Region implemented a program advocating for the integration of SRH and HIV in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at policy, system and service delivery level through its Member Associations in the respective countries. The uniqueness of the program is its multi-stakeholder, the multi-layered approach promoting the concept of SRHR HIV linkages and integration at various levels. It facilitated in building up cross learning platforms and partnerships with different stakeholders, innovative integrated service approaches through a provision of small grants and developing a series of knowledge products which are useful for both replication and sustainability. SRH HIV Integration captures the process and the achievements of the past four years of the programme which also includes the learning and the way forward.

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| 13 January 2017

SRH HIV Integration - Link, Connect, Change

IPPF South Asia Region implemented a program advocating for the integration of SRH and HIV in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at policy, system and service delivery level through its Member Associations in the respective countries. The uniqueness of the program is its multi-stakeholder, the multi-layered approach promoting the concept of SRHR HIV linkages and integration at various levels. It facilitated in building up cross learning platforms and partnerships with different stakeholders, innovative integrated service approaches through a provision of small grants and developing a series of knowledge products which are useful for both replication and sustainability. SRH HIV Integration captures the process and the achievements of the past four years of the programme which also includes the learning and the way forward.

Best Practices of ADVOCACY ON INTEGRATING SRH HIV
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| 09 January 2017

Advocacy for SRH HIV Integration in South Asia

IPPF South Asia implemented an advocacy initiative to promote the integration of sexual reproductive health (SRH) and HIV in Global Fund Mechanism and country health system in eight South Asian Countries. The eight Member Associations were able to reach approximately 150 CSOs in eight countries over the period of four years. MAs also engaged with a diverse group of stakeholders which include Government, Media, Youth, vulnerable key population, Parliamentarians and CCM members of Global Fund. In South Asia HIV prevalence is concentrated but vulnerability is high in all the eight project implementing countries. Through this project initiative, an effort was given to enhance understanding of relevant stakeholders on the benefits of the integrated response to SRH and HIV concerning to both prevention and treatment.

Best Practices of ADVOCACY ON INTEGRATING SRH HIV
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| 09 January 2017

Advocacy for SRH HIV Integration in South Asia

IPPF South Asia implemented an advocacy initiative to promote the integration of sexual reproductive health (SRH) and HIV in Global Fund Mechanism and country health system in eight South Asian Countries. The eight Member Associations were able to reach approximately 150 CSOs in eight countries over the period of four years. MAs also engaged with a diverse group of stakeholders which include Government, Media, Youth, vulnerable key population, Parliamentarians and CCM members of Global Fund. In South Asia HIV prevalence is concentrated but vulnerability is high in all the eight project implementing countries. Through this project initiative, an effort was given to enhance understanding of relevant stakeholders on the benefits of the integrated response to SRH and HIV concerning to both prevention and treatment.

Mapping Study Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward
Resource

| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations & Networks in South Asia - Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward

This mapping study of networks, youth-led organisations, organisations that focus on youth development as well as youth-serving organizations has been conducted. A key aim of the study has been to bring these diverse organizations and networks on the same platform based on commonalities and also highlighting their strengths, so that through sharing of experiences, expertise and learning, SRHR with and for youth, including advocacy, can strengthen in the region

Mapping Study Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward
Resource

| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations & Networks in South Asia - Volume 2 Findings and Way Forward

This mapping study of networks, youth-led organisations, organisations that focus on youth development as well as youth-serving organizations has been conducted. A key aim of the study has been to bring these diverse organizations and networks on the same platform based on commonalities and also highlighting their strengths, so that through sharing of experiences, expertise and learning, SRHR with and for youth, including advocacy, can strengthen in the region

Mapping Study Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks
Resource

| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations and Networks in South Asia: Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks

This document, a result of a mapping study undertaken in Nine countries in South Asia, showcases the dynamism of youth work and SRHR work in the region. It contains a purposive sample of 68 organisations/ networks working either on issues of SRHR, youth development and participation or both, with full recognition that the two are intrinsically linked. The data presented in the directory is information gathered either through primary data shared by the respective organisations/networks and/or supported by desk research. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

Mapping Study Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks
Resource

| 17 February 2017

Mapping Study of Organisations and Networks in South Asia: Volume 1, Map of Organisations & Networks

This document, a result of a mapping study undertaken in Nine countries in South Asia, showcases the dynamism of youth work and SRHR work in the region. It contains a purposive sample of 68 organisations/ networks working either on issues of SRHR, youth development and participation or both, with full recognition that the two are intrinsically linked. The data presented in the directory is information gathered either through primary data shared by the respective organisations/networks and/or supported by desk research. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

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| 13 January 2017

SRH HIV Integration - Link, Connect, Change

IPPF South Asia Region implemented a program advocating for the integration of SRH and HIV in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at policy, system and service delivery level through its Member Associations in the respective countries. The uniqueness of the program is its multi-stakeholder, the multi-layered approach promoting the concept of SRHR HIV linkages and integration at various levels. It facilitated in building up cross learning platforms and partnerships with different stakeholders, innovative integrated service approaches through a provision of small grants and developing a series of knowledge products which are useful for both replication and sustainability. SRH HIV Integration captures the process and the achievements of the past four years of the programme which also includes the learning and the way forward.

Resource

| 13 January 2017

SRH HIV Integration - Link, Connect, Change

IPPF South Asia Region implemented a program advocating for the integration of SRH and HIV in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at policy, system and service delivery level through its Member Associations in the respective countries. The uniqueness of the program is its multi-stakeholder, the multi-layered approach promoting the concept of SRHR HIV linkages and integration at various levels. It facilitated in building up cross learning platforms and partnerships with different stakeholders, innovative integrated service approaches through a provision of small grants and developing a series of knowledge products which are useful for both replication and sustainability. SRH HIV Integration captures the process and the achievements of the past four years of the programme which also includes the learning and the way forward.

Best Practices of ADVOCACY ON INTEGRATING SRH HIV
Resource

| 09 January 2017

Advocacy for SRH HIV Integration in South Asia

IPPF South Asia implemented an advocacy initiative to promote the integration of sexual reproductive health (SRH) and HIV in Global Fund Mechanism and country health system in eight South Asian Countries. The eight Member Associations were able to reach approximately 150 CSOs in eight countries over the period of four years. MAs also engaged with a diverse group of stakeholders which include Government, Media, Youth, vulnerable key population, Parliamentarians and CCM members of Global Fund. In South Asia HIV prevalence is concentrated but vulnerability is high in all the eight project implementing countries. Through this project initiative, an effort was given to enhance understanding of relevant stakeholders on the benefits of the integrated response to SRH and HIV concerning to both prevention and treatment.

Best Practices of ADVOCACY ON INTEGRATING SRH HIV
Resource

| 09 January 2017

Advocacy for SRH HIV Integration in South Asia

IPPF South Asia implemented an advocacy initiative to promote the integration of sexual reproductive health (SRH) and HIV in Global Fund Mechanism and country health system in eight South Asian Countries. The eight Member Associations were able to reach approximately 150 CSOs in eight countries over the period of four years. MAs also engaged with a diverse group of stakeholders which include Government, Media, Youth, vulnerable key population, Parliamentarians and CCM members of Global Fund. In South Asia HIV prevalence is concentrated but vulnerability is high in all the eight project implementing countries. Through this project initiative, an effort was given to enhance understanding of relevant stakeholders on the benefits of the integrated response to SRH and HIV concerning to both prevention and treatment.