Archive: Very Young Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Resource Library
Very Young Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Resource Library
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This toolkit was for program managers, educators, health workers, advocates, researchers, and policymakers committed to making a difference in the lives of very young adolescents (girls and boys between the ages of 10-14). The toolkit offered resources to address the unique developmental, cognitive, and social opportunities and challenges facing this age group. It provided links to examples of successful programs, research results, curricula, advocacy materials, and other resources useful for working with VYAs. The Very Young Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Resource Library was originally created by Save the Children and the Institute for Reproductive Health on behalf of the VYA Alliance.
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