On August 19, Knowledge SUCCESS and FP2020 hosted the third session in our new webinar series, "Connecting Conversations"—a series of discussions on adolescent and youth reproductive health. Missed this webinar? You can follow the links below to watch the recording and register for future sessions.
How can knowledge management (KM) build meaningful connections in voluntary family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH)? In this piece, we explore how Knowledge SUCCESS is using knowledge management to connect FP/RH professionals to experts, to each other, and to best practices that will improve their work.
Connecting Conversations was an online discussion series centered on exploring timely topics in Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health (AYSRH). The series occurred over the course of 21 sessions grouped into themed collections and held across 18 months, from July 2020 to November 2021. Over 1000 speakers, young people, ...
What's the role of parents as critical influencers in young people’s reproductive health? Experts discussed this topic at-length in the inaugural session of Connecting Conversations Module Two: Parents, Preachers, Partners, and Phones.
On March 4, Knowledge SUCCESS & Family Planning 2030 (FP2030) hosted the first session in the third set of conversations in the Connecting Conversations series, One Size Does Not Fit All: Reproductive Health Services Within the Greater Health System Must Respond to Young People’s Diverse Needs.
Over the course of 18 months, FP2030 and Knowledge SUCCESS hosted 21 sessions of Connecting Conversations. The interactive series brought together speakers and participants from around the world for dialogues around timely topics in adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health (AYSRH). Here we explore the answers to some of ...
Quel est le rôle des parents en tant qu'influenceurs critiques dans la santé reproductive des jeunes ? Des experts ont abordé ce sujet en profondeur lors de la session inaugurale du module deux de Connecting Conversations : Parents, Prêcheurs, Partenaires et Téléphones.
On August 26, Knowledge SUCCESS and FP2020 hosted the fourth session in our new webinar series, "Connecting Conversations"—a series of discussions on adolescent and youth reproductive health. Missed this webinar? You can follow the links below to watch the recording and register for the fifth session in the first module. ...
On July 29, Knowledge SUCCESS and FP2020 hosted the second session in our new webinar series, "Connecting Conversations"—a series of discussions on adolescent and youth reproductive health. Missed this webinar? You can follow the links below to watch the recording and register for future sessions.
Le 4 mars, Knowledge SUCCESS & FP2030 a organisé la première session de la troisième série de conversations de la série Connecting Conversations, Une solution unique ne convient pas à tous : les services de santé reproductive au sein du système de santé élargi doivent répondre aux divers besoins des ...
Knowledge SUCCESS is a five-year global project led by a consortium of partners and funded by USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health to support learning, and create opportunities for collaboration and knowledge exchange, within the family planning and reproductive health community.
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