USAID Acting On The Call & Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
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In June 2014, USAID launched Acting on the Call: Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths. Based on USAID’s 18-month review of maternal and newborn child health funding, the action plan outlines USAID’s expressed commitment to end preventable child and maternal deaths by shifting resources to maternal health and family planning, and implementing technical approaches and proven interventions including family planning and HIV— major components of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).Download this PDF
Creating Spaces for Youth-Led Advocacy on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
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On September 24-25, 2013, CHANGE and 30 Guatemalan civil society groups welcomed more than 200 youth from all over the country as participants in that country's first youth summit on adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH). The event marked an important benchmark for coordinated youth advocacy with political leaders on ASRH in Guatemala, and also offers lessons beyond Guatemala for improving meaningful participation of youth in debates about adolescent and youth sexuality.Download this PDF
Mainstreaming Female Condom Uptake: The U.S. Government’s Current and Potential Global Role
File Under: Policy Briefs
As a committed partner in the Life-Saving Commodities Commission and major procurer of female condoms for global distribution, the U.S. has a vested interest in making sure female condoms find widespread success. However, inadequate attention to investment in female condom programming creates a barrier to success.Download this PDF
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