[Svrilist] [Fwd: [af-aids] Resources: Safe Passages to Adulthood - DfID funded research programme]

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Resources: Safe Passages to Adulthood - DfID funded research programme

UK Department for International Development (DfID)
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Safe Passages to Adulthood - enabling young people to improve their sexual and reproductive health 

The six-year, UK Department for International Development (DfID) funded research programme – Safe Passages to Adulthood - has come to an end. 

This major research programme has developed a series of resources aimed at increasing the capacity of policy-makers, practitioners and researchers
working to promote young people's sexual health in resource-constrained settings.

Selected publications, which are available to download free, include: 
- Working with young men to promote sexual and reproductive health 
- The role of education in promoting sexual and reproductive health 
- Preventing HIV/AIDS and promoting sexual health among especially vulnerable young people
- Promoting young people's sexual and reproductive health: stigma, discrimination and human rights 

Please go to: 
http://www.safepassages.soton.ac.uk/guidesToGood.htm  

NEW resource just been published – 
Trying to improve programmes for young people?
Want to know what young people really think about sex and relationships?

Dynamic contextual analysis (2nd edition) 

This new resource from the DFID supported Safe Passages to Adulthood programme offers a new approach to understanding and developing work to meet the sexual and
reproductive health needs of young people. After setting out the key principles which inform a Dynamic Contextual Analysis, the guide outlines the three main steps in carrying out such an assessment of needs and opportunities. 

Free to download from
http://www.safepassages.soton.ac.uk/researchDynamic.htm  

If you have any queries, please contact: 
cshr at socsci.soton.ac.uk 
c.maxwell at ioe.ac.uk 


Source: AF-AIDS eForum 2006: af-aids at eforums.healthdev.org






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