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An AYSRH community of practice led by youth, for youth

There has never been a more critical time to focus on the reproductive health needs of adolescents and youth than today. Ensuring that the needs of this population are met is important to achieving improvements in reproductive health globally. There is no time to wait. Now is the time for the next generation of reproductive health programming and research for adolescents and youth.

NextGen RH is a Community of Practice (CoP) whose mission is to provide technical leadership in the effective implementation of Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health (AYSRH) programs and advance the research agenda. Supported by youth co-chairs, an advisory committee and general members, the CoP is focused on strengthening collective efforts to advance the field of AYSRH and it serves as a platform of collaboration, knowledge sharing, and capacity building to creatively develop solutions to common and emerging challenges and develop and support AYSRH best practices and promising approaches.

How to Join NextGen RH

NextGen RH is actively recruiting new general members! The CoP is looking for members based in the regions of Asia, Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean to participate in the CoP at various levels. All organizations and persons demonstrating a special interest and involvement in any capacity within the FP/ RH field of practice in those regions are eligible to submit an expression of interest to join the CoP. If you would like to join the CoP, please apply through the expression of interest form.

Interested members are encouraged to read the Terms of Reference before submitting an Expression of Interest form to join the CoP. The Terms of Reference for NextGen RH are put forth by its co-chairs and advisory committee members and outline the CoP’s strategic goals, objectives, structure, and membership criteria and expectations.

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