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Ibaṣepọ Awọn ọdọ ti o nilari ninu Awọn eto Eto Idile

Insights from the 2021 Learning Circles Francophone Africa and the Caribbean Cohort

Lati Oṣu Kẹwa 2021 nipasẹ December 2021, awọn ọmọ ẹgbẹ ti eto ẹbi ati ilera ibisi (FP/RH) workforce based in francophone sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean convened virtually for the second Knowledge SUCCESS Awọn iyika ẹkọ cohort. The cohort focused on the topic of meaningful youth engagement in FP/RH programs.

Read the French version of this post here.

Goals of Learning Circles

  • Network with colleagues in the same region who are facing similar programmatic challenges.
  • Share in-depth, practical solutions to priority challenges that peers can immediately adapt and implement to improve their own family planning programs.
  • Learn new and creative ways for exchanging knowledge and gain the skills needed to replicate those techniques.

Through bi-weekly Zoom sessions and WhatsApp chats, 38 participants from 12 countries across francophone sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean shared personal experiences around what’s working and what isn’t working when it comes to engaging youth in a meaningful way.

Awọn gbigba bọtini

  • Meaningful engagement of youth in FP/RH programming requires strategic program design as well as capacity strengthening for young people, for instance, through skills-building workshops, coaching or mentorship, and content production competitions.
  • Socio-cultural barriers continue to be a common challenge when it comes to families and communities sharing information with adolescents and youth about sexual and reproductive health and rights. Increasing the number of health centers for youth, emphasizing religion’s support of birth-spacing, and integrating Behavior Change Communication awọn isunmọ are a few strategies to address this challenge.
  • Civil society organizations and the private sector can both play an instrumental role in advocating for government funding for Comprehensive Sexuality Education programs and other FP/RH initiatives.
  • The use of peer mobilizers is an effective education tool for combating myths and misconceptions about contraception that are prominent amongst young people.

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Awọn olukopa meji lati Ẹgbẹ Awọn Circles Ẹkọ. Kirẹditi: Tim Werwie, JHU-CCP
Sophie Weiner

Oṣiṣẹ eto, Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ

Sophie Weiner jẹ Alakoso Imọye ati Alakoso Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ ni Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ nibiti o ti ṣe igbẹhin si idagbasoke titẹjade ati akoonu oni-nọmba., Ńşàmójútó ise agbese iṣẹlẹ, ati agbara okun fun itan-akọọlẹ ni Ilu Faranse Faranse. Awọn iwulo rẹ pẹlu eto idile/ilera ibisi, awujo ati ihuwasi ayipada, ati ikorita laarin olugbe, ilera, ati ayika. Sophie gba B.A. ni Faranse / International Relations lati Bucknell University, ohun M.A. ni Faranse lati Ile-ẹkọ giga New York, ati alefa titunto si ni Itumọ Litireso lati Sorbonne Nouvelle.

Aïssatou Thioye

Ìṣàkóso Ìmọ̀ Ìwọ̀ Oòrùn Áfíríkà àti Oṣiṣẹ́ Ìbáṣepọ̀, Aseyori Imọ, FHI 360

Aïssatou Thioye wa ninu pipin lilo iwadi, laarin GHPN ti FHI360 ati pe o ṣiṣẹ fun iṣẹ akanṣe Aṣeyọri Imọ bi Iṣakoso Imọ ati Alakoso Ibaṣepọ fun Iwọ-oorun Afirika. Ni ipa rẹ, o ṣe atilẹyin okunkun iṣakoso imọ ni agbegbe naa, ṣeto awọn pataki ati ṣiṣe awọn ilana iṣakoso oye fun awọn ẹgbẹ iṣẹ imọ-ẹrọ FP/RH ati awọn alabaṣiṣẹpọ ni Iwọ-oorun Afirika. O tun ṣe ajọṣepọ pẹlu awọn alabaṣiṣẹpọ agbegbe ati awọn nẹtiwọọki.. Lati iriri rẹ, Aïssatou ti ṣiṣẹ fun lori 10 odun bi a tẹ onise, olootu-ajùmọsọrọ fun odun meji, ṣaaju ki o to darapọ mọ JSI nibiti o ti ṣiṣẹ ni awọn iṣẹ-ogbin ati Ounjẹ meji, leralera gẹgẹbi oṣiṣẹ media-media lẹhinna alamọja ni Iṣakoso Imọ.******Aïssatou Thioye wa ninu Ẹka Lilo Iwadi ti GHPN ti FHI 360 ati pe o ṣiṣẹ fun iṣẹ akanṣe Aṣeyọri Imọ bi Alakoso Imọye ati Alabaṣepọ fun Iwọ-oorun Afirika. Ni ipa rẹ, o ṣe atilẹyin okunkun iṣakoso imọ ni agbegbe naa, ṣeto awọn pataki ati ṣiṣe awọn ilana iṣakoso oye ni imọ-ẹrọ FP / RH ati awọn ẹgbẹ ṣiṣẹ alabaṣiṣẹpọ ni Iwọ-oorun Afirika. O tun ṣe ajọṣepọ pẹlu awọn alabaṣiṣẹpọ agbegbe ati awọn nẹtiwọọki. Ni ibatan si iriri rẹ, Aïssatou ṣiṣẹ fun diẹ sii ju 10 odun bi a tẹ onise, lẹhinna bi oludamoran olootu fun ọdun meji, kí ó tó darapọ̀ mọ́ JSI níbi tí ó ti ṣiṣẹ́ lórí iṣẹ́ àgbẹ̀ àti Nutrition méjì, leralera gẹgẹbi oṣiṣẹ media-pupọ ati lẹhinna bi alamọja Iṣakoso Imọ.

Alison Bodenheimer

Family Planning Technical Advisor, Aseyori Imọ

Alison Bodenheimer is the family planning technical advisor for Knowledge SUCCESS (KS), based within the Research Utilization division at FHI 360. In this role, Alison provides global technical strategic leadership to the project and supports knowledge management activities in West Africa. Before joining FHI 360 and KS, Alison served as postpartum family planning manager for FP2030 and technical advisor for Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health with Pathfinder International. Previously, she managed the Francophone Africa advocacy portfolio with Advance Family Planning at Johns Hopkins’ Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health. In addition to a focus on reproductive health and family planning, Alison has a background in health and rights in emergencies, most recently consulting for Columbia University and UNICEF in Jordan to improve monitoring and reporting of child rights violations in conflict throughout the Middle East and North Africa region. Fluent in French, Alison has a BA in Psychology and French from College of the Holy Cross and an MPH in Forced Migration and Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Ruwaida Salem

Oga Program Officer, Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ

Ruwaida Salem, Senior Program Officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, has nearly 20 years of experience in the global health field. As team lead for knowledge solutions and lead author of Building Better Programs: Itọsọna Igbesẹ-Igbese si Lilo Isakoso Imọ ni Ilera Agbaye, she designs, implements, and manages knowledge management programs to improve access to and use of critical health information among health professionals around the world. She holds a Master of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from the University of Akron, and a Graduate Certificate in User Experience Design from Kent State University.

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