Posted by Rhian Farnworth on July 20, 2021 at 10:43 am
In January 2021, the second Share-Net International Co-Creation Conference “Engaging in Knowledge Translation Together” took place. The conference was hosted by Share-Net Bangladesh and took place completely online on a dynamic virtual platform. During this conference, researchers, policymakers, NGOs, funding organisations, the media and practitioners from across the world engaged in dialogues and collaborated to co-create knowledge products on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) for Adolescents and Youth. These knowledge products will be used at the national, regional and global levels to influence policy and practice.
To develop and promote these knowledge products, small grants were made available for which participants from the Co-Creation Conference could apply to finalise their products to improve SRHR for Adolescents and Youth!
It is with pleasure that we present to you the selected grantees of these small grants and their innovative projects to improve policy and practice!
You can read the full report here.
The focus countries for the 2021 small grantees include Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Kenya, Egypt, The Netherlands, Jordan, Bangladesh, and Indonesia.
Mapping the Fields of Law on SRH Services and LGBTIQ+ issues: The case of DRC and Burundi.
Lead Organisation: Savie asbl NGO LGBTQ PGEL DRC
Locations: Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi
Bloom: Buy-in and Learning Through Outcomes of MYP
Contributing Organisations: International Institute for Social Sciences, National Network of Young People Living with HIV, CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality, EngenderHealth, Living Equality Initiative, Talent Youth Association, KIT Royal Tropical Institute.
Checklist for Promoting Inclusion and Accessibility of People with Disabilities in the Sexual and Reproductive Health Sector
Locations: Burundi and Bangladesh
Increasing Access to Youth SRHR Generalized Data for Evidence-Based Advocacy Through Involvement of Young People with Diverse Backgrounds on SRHR Research
Locations: Nigeria, Indonesia & Kenya
Identifying the Knowledge Gap on SRHR of Young People with Diverse Gender Identity and Sexuality
Locations: South and South East Asia
Experiences and Perceptions of Mid Adolescents, Parents and Teachers on Comprehensive Sexuality Education: A multiple Country-Based Qualitative Research Study
Locations: Bangladesh, Burundi, Jordan
Training Modules for Redefining Negative Social Norms, Values Effecting Positively on Adolescents Decision Making on Sexual Health Wellbeing