The project aimed to implement and test the effectiveness of a community based, client-centered participatory approach to improving adolescent reproductive health. This approach directly involved adolescents and the community members central to their lives in defining key issues that have a bearing on adolescent reproductive health and care seeking behaviour, in prioritizing adolescent service needs, in determining service gaps, and in program design and implementation. The project was a joint collaboration between the International Centre for Research on Women (ICRW) and AVSC International and was funded by the Mellon Foundation for a four year term. New ERA and BP Memorial Health Foundation were the local partners of the project.
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