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Youth-led Social Accountability in SRHR I&E

Rutgers

Short summary

Youth-led social accountability interventions empower young people to voice their opinions and hold providers and other duty bearers accountable for delivering on their commitments towards, for example, SRHR services, information and education. Score cards, mystery clients and interface meetings with key stakeholders are examples of key elements of such interventions.  CS on this topic will support learning trajectory participants in the design, implementation and documentation of youth-led social accountability interventions.

What capacity strengthening support can we provide on this topic? 

Our support in relation to youth-led social accountability approaches can cover the following themes:

  • Adapting best practices and lessons learned from  youth-led social accountability approaches for improving the youth-friendliness of SRHR services to SRHR information and education
  • Placing youth at the forefront in all stages of youth-led social accountability interventions
  • Monitoring and learning from youth-led social accountability interventions
  • How to use evidence from youth-led social accountability interventions as input for social norms campaigns and (policy) advocacy on national, regional and international level to hold duty bearers accountable

What could the CS look like? 

Our support in relation to youth-led social accountability approaches can be provided via:

  • Coaching/mentoring over a period of time on developing and implementing (digital) youth-led social accountability initiatives, and how to link them to social campaigns and other (policy) accountability activities
  • Contributing to or co-facilitating a (online) workshop or meeting 
  • Support for generating evidence (via PMEL and/or research) and sharing best practices
  • Coaching facilitators of a CS activity on the use of available resources (listed below)

What tools are available? 

What languages can this CS support be provided in? 

English and possibly French (dependent on availability French speaking staff)

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