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Passages project addresses the root of chronic challenges in sexual and reproductive health such as gender-based violence, child marriage, and unintended pregnancy by transforming social norms. This new USAID-funded project (2015-2020) is fostering normative environments that enable young people to use modern family planning (FP) and achieve healthy timing of first and subsequent pregnancies through scalable programs. Passages will also build evidence-based programs and services to reach younger adolescents transitioning to puberty to lay the groundwork for their life-long health and well-being.

Read more about Passages differs from other AYSRH projects, and available technical assistance and research opportunities.