Qualitative research findings using human-centered methodology in Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Tanzania reveal emotional dynamics complicating contraceptive use among adolescent girls. How can we reframe the benefits of contraception so girls see the relevance and value of contraception in their lives, today? This presentation, first delivered at the International Conference on Family Planning in November 2018, explores these points, and more. Click the link below to dive in.
9ja Girls Adaptive Implementation adolescent developmental science cultural anthropology Ethiopia HCD ICFP Inquiry Insight Synthesis Itad Kuwa Mjanja meaningful youth engagement MMA Mozambique Mozambique; insights; prototypes Northern Nigeria Prototyping Replication research Smart Start Southern Nigeria Tanzania transdisciplinary approach WD2019 youth-friendly services