READY to learn: a guide to facilitating workshops on delivering HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights services for young people in all their diversity

Learning & Teaching Materials
Frontline AIDS
134 p.
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Prêts à apprendre: un guide pour l'animation d'ateliers de formation à la prestation de services en matière de VIH, de santé et de droits sexuels et reproductifs pour les jeunes dans toute leur diversité
Pronto para aprender: um guia de facilitação para seminários sobre como providenciar serviços de direitos e saúde sexual e reproductiva para os jovens em toda a sua diversidade
Utayari wa kujifunza: mwongozo wa kufanikisha mafunzo kuhusu haki za vijana kupata huduma za VVU na afya ya mapenzi na uzazi

Frontline AIDS is committed to increasing the coverage, scope and quality of HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SHRH) programmes for those who need it most, including adolescents and young people, particularly those
most vulnerable to and affected by HIV. This includes work to educate and create greater awareness among people of their health needs, their rights and the duties of the public sector to provide for them. Frontline AIDS has a number of resources to support the delivery of this specific objective, including the original version of this workshop guide, published in 2015. The original version of this guide was produced under the Link Up project, which aimed to make a significant contribution to the integration of vital SRHR and HIV interventions for young people living with and at higher risk of HIV within programme countries. The original workshop was delivered to Link Up staff in Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Myanmar and Uganda. This version has been revised under READY, a portfolio of projects that specifically aims to advance the SRHR of adolescents and young people. Revising the guide in this modular format will enable it to be delivered in smaller, thematic sessions or in its entirety. This is intended to widen its potential use with frontline implementing partners and healthcare providers, supporting them to provide appropriate service delivery to adolescents and young people in their diversity, parents and caregivers.

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