Urban Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Social and Behavior Change Communication Implementation Kit (I-Kit)

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The Urban Adolescent Social and Behavior Change Communication Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides a selection of Essential Elements and tools to guide the creation, or strengthening, of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programs for urban adolescents aged 10 to 19. The I-Kit is designed to teach these essential SBCC elements and includes worksheets to illustrate each element and facilitate practical application.

The tool is divided into four parts:

Part 1 provides the background and information you should know to use the I-Kit.
Part 2 includes the seven Essential Elements of program planning and interactive worksheets.
Part 3 provides strategies to address program implementation challenges.
Part 4 encourages you to share what you have learned.

There are also additional Resources for further information, including an I-Kit Supplement: What To Know Before You Begin. In the Help section you will find AcronymsGlossaryIcon Key, and References.

November 7, 2017
Year of publication
2017
Resource types
Programmatic guidance, Toolkits
Tags
adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR), sexual and reproductive health (SRH), urban areas, urban adolescents, social and behavior change communication (SBCC), program planning

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