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Growing Up GREAT! adapts elements of two tested models—Gender Roles, Equality, and Transformations (GREAT) from northern Uganda and GrowUp Smart from Rwanda—for an urban DRC setting. Growing up GREAT! applies an ecological perspective addressing spheres of influence—individual, family, school, community—that most affect early adolescent life experiences. It consists of a toolkit of age-tailored, gender-transformative materials exploring SRH, GBV, and […]

Publication | Passages Project | Adolescents

This report was commissioned by IRH following the initial 4-day,realist evaluation workshop held in Vélingara, Senegal, in August 2016. Staff from Grandmother Project and Passages Project, stakeholders from the Ministries of Education and Health, and an independent consultant convened to elaborate a Theory of Change for GMP’s Girls’ Holistic Development (GHD) programme. The workshop participants acknowledged […]

Report | Passages Project | Adolescents | Gender Equality

On Wednesday, May 25, Tearfund, Population Services International/Association de Santé Familiale and the Institute for Reproductive Health held a launch meeting for the Transforming Masculinities, or ‘Masculinite, Famille, et Foi’ study under the Passages Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Blog | Passages Project | Adolescents | Gender Equality | Family Planning | Strategic Scale-up

On Tuesday, May 3, 2016 national officials and program coordinators met in Kinshasa to officially launch the Growing Up GREAT study in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Under the Passages Project, Growing Up GREAT (or Bien Grandir, in French) will target youth, parents, and community members to foster an enabling environment for family planning use.

Blog | Passages Project | Adolescents | Family Planning | Gender Equality | Strategic Scale-up

The Passages Project conducted a literature review of published grey and peer-reviewed literature to explore parameters of normative change interventions going to scale that were focused on adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health. This document aims to advance knowledge and increase utilization of evidence about normative change at scale by reviewing and describing interventions that address normative […]

Report | Passages Project | Strategic Scale-up

This primer is intended to be used as a resource to assist those who are implementing norms-shifting interventions in thinking through decisions that need to be made when assessing the cost of those interventions. The primer is organized around a process that may be used to generate a cost estimate and provides recommendations for key […]

Publication | Passages Project | Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change | Strategic Scale-up

To inform the Passages Project’s overall vision and strategy, the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University conducted a stakeholder analysis, “Collaborating to Advance Normative Change for Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health: A Global Stakeholder Analysis to Survey the Landscape and Guide Collaboration and Action,” consisting of 147 online surveys and 21 in-depth interviews with stakeholders in […]

Report | Passages Project | Adolescents | Strategic Scale-up

At the Passages project, we’re working to increase family planning use and promote SRH among youth by building evidence and supporting the global community to implement social norm change interventions.

Blog | Passages Project | Adolescents | Family Planning | Gender Equality | Strategic Scale-up

The Passages consortium hosted a technical consultation of experts on February 29 – March 1, 2016 to provide guidance to the Passages project regarding its potential contributions in: (1) advancing measurement of social norm change in research and program evaluation, (2) good practice in developing and implementing effective, scalable normative interventions, (3) selection of two promises normative interventions for scale-up practice technical support.

Report | Passages Project | Adolescents | Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation | Strategic Scale-up

The Passages consortium hosted a technical consultation of experts on February 29 – March 1, 2016 to provide guidance to the Passages project regarding its potential contributions in: (1) advancing measurement of social norm change in research and program evaluation, (2) good practice in developing and implementing effective, scalable normative interventions, (3) selection of two promises normative interventions for scale-up practice technical support.

Training | Passages Project | Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation