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| 19 July 2021

ANIMATION VIDEOS ON SEX EDUCATION: HINDI

Every young person has to make life-changing decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. However many of them cannot access clear, evidence-based information. We understand that talking about sex, abortion and related topics can be tricky for educators and parents. The more the world gets connected, the more are the chances of young people accessing information from unreliable sources. To make it easy for young people, parents and educators to continue sharing the right sex education we partnered with AMAZE.org to create interesting, informative videos in Hindi language.  We cover five topics through five animation videos: 1. Understanding abortion: what are your options?  Abortion is an important sexual and reproductive rights issue. It is an individual choice, and in many countries like India and Nepal it is legal to end a pregnancy. This video explains the options available for a pregnant person in easy and non-medical language. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 2. Staying connected safely: cyber safety (Hindi) The internet can be an amazing place to explore, but it is also good to practice online safety. Some tips include being careful about sharing personal information, reporting anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable online, and getting familiar with privacy settings. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 3. Sexting: what should you do? (Hindi) Sexting is making sexual images and sharing them using a phone or by posting them online. Use this video to explain the risks of texting to young people and educating them about respectful relationships. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 4.Say no to STI stigma (Hindi) A sexually-transmitted infection (STI) is an infection that is spread through sexual contact. It is preventable. There are many stereotypes about what it takes to get a STI - this video is to sensitize young people about sexually transmitted infections and bust myths about it. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 5. Access to sexual health for minors (Hindi) Sexual health includes many aspects like contraception, information about abortion, STI and HIV detection and treatment. This video explains and encourages young people to understand more about their body, its health and find ways to access sexual health services. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). ABOUT AMAZE.ORG AMAZE envisions a world that recognizes child and adolescent sexual development as natural and healthy, a world in which young people everywhere are supported and affirmed and the adults in their lives communicate openly and honestly with them about puberty, reproduction, relationships, sex and sexuality. In such a world, young people across the globe would have access to the information and support they need to develop into sexually healthy adults. https://amaze.org/what-is-amaze/

abortion hindi
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| 19 July 2021

ANIMATION VIDEOS ON SEX EDUCATION: HINDI

Every young person has to make life-changing decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. However many of them cannot access clear, evidence-based information. We understand that talking about sex, abortion and related topics can be tricky for educators and parents. The more the world gets connected, the more are the chances of young people accessing information from unreliable sources. To make it easy for young people, parents and educators to continue sharing the right sex education we partnered with AMAZE.org to create interesting, informative videos in Hindi language.  We cover five topics through five animation videos: 1. Understanding abortion: what are your options?  Abortion is an important sexual and reproductive rights issue. It is an individual choice, and in many countries like India and Nepal it is legal to end a pregnancy. This video explains the options available for a pregnant person in easy and non-medical language. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 2. Staying connected safely: cyber safety (Hindi) The internet can be an amazing place to explore, but it is also good to practice online safety. Some tips include being careful about sharing personal information, reporting anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable online, and getting familiar with privacy settings. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 3. Sexting: what should you do? (Hindi) Sexting is making sexual images and sharing them using a phone or by posting them online. Use this video to explain the risks of texting to young people and educating them about respectful relationships. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 4.Say no to STI stigma (Hindi) A sexually-transmitted infection (STI) is an infection that is spread through sexual contact. It is preventable. There are many stereotypes about what it takes to get a STI - this video is to sensitize young people about sexually transmitted infections and bust myths about it. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 5. Access to sexual health for minors (Hindi) Sexual health includes many aspects like contraception, information about abortion, STI and HIV detection and treatment. This video explains and encourages young people to understand more about their body, its health and find ways to access sexual health services. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). ABOUT AMAZE.ORG AMAZE envisions a world that recognizes child and adolescent sexual development as natural and healthy, a world in which young people everywhere are supported and affirmed and the adults in their lives communicate openly and honestly with them about puberty, reproduction, relationships, sex and sexuality. In such a world, young people across the globe would have access to the information and support they need to develop into sexually healthy adults. https://amaze.org/what-is-amaze/

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| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

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| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
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| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
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| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
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| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
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| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

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.

abortion hindi
Resource

| 19 July 2021

ANIMATION VIDEOS ON SEX EDUCATION: HINDI

Every young person has to make life-changing decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. However many of them cannot access clear, evidence-based information. We understand that talking about sex, abortion and related topics can be tricky for educators and parents. The more the world gets connected, the more are the chances of young people accessing information from unreliable sources. To make it easy for young people, parents and educators to continue sharing the right sex education we partnered with AMAZE.org to create interesting, informative videos in Hindi language.  We cover five topics through five animation videos: 1. Understanding abortion: what are your options?  Abortion is an important sexual and reproductive rights issue. It is an individual choice, and in many countries like India and Nepal it is legal to end a pregnancy. This video explains the options available for a pregnant person in easy and non-medical language. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 2. Staying connected safely: cyber safety (Hindi) The internet can be an amazing place to explore, but it is also good to practice online safety. Some tips include being careful about sharing personal information, reporting anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable online, and getting familiar with privacy settings. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 3. Sexting: what should you do? (Hindi) Sexting is making sexual images and sharing them using a phone or by posting them online. Use this video to explain the risks of texting to young people and educating them about respectful relationships. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 4.Say no to STI stigma (Hindi) A sexually-transmitted infection (STI) is an infection that is spread through sexual contact. It is preventable. There are many stereotypes about what it takes to get a STI - this video is to sensitize young people about sexually transmitted infections and bust myths about it. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 5. Access to sexual health for minors (Hindi) Sexual health includes many aspects like contraception, information about abortion, STI and HIV detection and treatment. This video explains and encourages young people to understand more about their body, its health and find ways to access sexual health services. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). ABOUT AMAZE.ORG AMAZE envisions a world that recognizes child and adolescent sexual development as natural and healthy, a world in which young people everywhere are supported and affirmed and the adults in their lives communicate openly and honestly with them about puberty, reproduction, relationships, sex and sexuality. In such a world, young people across the globe would have access to the information and support they need to develop into sexually healthy adults. https://amaze.org/what-is-amaze/

abortion hindi
Resource

| 19 July 2021

ANIMATION VIDEOS ON SEX EDUCATION: HINDI

Every young person has to make life-changing decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. However many of them cannot access clear, evidence-based information. We understand that talking about sex, abortion and related topics can be tricky for educators and parents. The more the world gets connected, the more are the chances of young people accessing information from unreliable sources. To make it easy for young people, parents and educators to continue sharing the right sex education we partnered with AMAZE.org to create interesting, informative videos in Hindi language.  We cover five topics through five animation videos: 1. Understanding abortion: what are your options?  Abortion is an important sexual and reproductive rights issue. It is an individual choice, and in many countries like India and Nepal it is legal to end a pregnancy. This video explains the options available for a pregnant person in easy and non-medical language. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 2. Staying connected safely: cyber safety (Hindi) The internet can be an amazing place to explore, but it is also good to practice online safety. Some tips include being careful about sharing personal information, reporting anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable online, and getting familiar with privacy settings. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 3. Sexting: what should you do? (Hindi) Sexting is making sexual images and sharing them using a phone or by posting them online. Use this video to explain the risks of texting to young people and educating them about respectful relationships. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 4.Say no to STI stigma (Hindi) A sexually-transmitted infection (STI) is an infection that is spread through sexual contact. It is preventable. There are many stereotypes about what it takes to get a STI - this video is to sensitize young people about sexually transmitted infections and bust myths about it. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). 5. Access to sexual health for minors (Hindi) Sexual health includes many aspects like contraception, information about abortion, STI and HIV detection and treatment. This video explains and encourages young people to understand more about their body, its health and find ways to access sexual health services. The video can be used for comprehensive sex education initiatives with appropriate credits to IPPF and https://amaze.org/. These videos are also available on the Family Planning Association of India's website (https://fpaindia.org/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fpaindia/). ABOUT AMAZE.ORG AMAZE envisions a world that recognizes child and adolescent sexual development as natural and healthy, a world in which young people everywhere are supported and affirmed and the adults in their lives communicate openly and honestly with them about puberty, reproduction, relationships, sex and sexuality. In such a world, young people across the globe would have access to the information and support they need to develop into sexually healthy adults. https://amaze.org/what-is-amaze/

Resource

| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

Resource

| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
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| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
Resource

| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
Resource

| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
Resource

| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

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.