A360 Tools & Resources
This resource provides contraceptive key messages and method descriptions.
This 2016 report gives examples of the different ways that PSI is doing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) work with adolescents and youth. It was funded by USAID.
This 2014 guide for program planners and implementers was developed by PSI and IntraHealth International and funded by USAID.
This resource guides contraceptive discussions with adolescents, using the Choice Book.
This A360 tool helps guide a discussion around which contraceptive method to choose.
The A360 consortium and its local partners conducted formative research to gain an in-depth understanding of adolescents’ needs, barriers, and motivations to use contraception; develop insights into their lives, hopes, and desires; and identify adolescents’ key influencers.
Using a qualitative approach, A360 combined elements of Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) techniques, ethnographic data collection, and human-centered design. This design research protocol provides details about our methodology in Ethiopia.
This Regional Insights & Design Opportunities infographic illustrates the socio-ecological model that puts the adolescent girl at the center.
This brochure summarizes A360's original vision, phases, and theory of change.
This two-pager dives into Adolescents 360’s efforts to reimagine how adolescent girls aged 15-19 access reproductive health services across Tanzania, Nigeria and Ethiopia.
Adaptive Implementation is all about staying curious to continually refine your interventions as you implement. This approach, detailed in this graphic, ensures we stay true to our end goal: delivering interventions that resonate with beneficiaries and the health systems that will ultimately own and sustain them.
A360 is flipping traditional family planning messaging on its head— building from what girls say they want to deliver SRH services when and how they need.
A360 Video Resources
A360 Reading List
We love this video about the important components of innovation. Where does OK Go come up with ideas like dancing in zero gravity, performing in ultra slow motion or constructing a warehouse-sized Rube Goldberg machine for their music videos? In this TED talk, OK Go's lead singer and director Damian Kulash takes us inside the band's creative process, showing us how to look for wonder and surprise.
"What is innovation? How do you know it when you see it? How do you know whether it’s garden variety or, well, bonkers variety?" Read this article by Lisa Baird that is a part of IDEO Stories.
IDEO.org's Design Kit explains human-centered design and offers a field guide, case studies, resources, and more.
Female IN or Fin is a "secret" Facebook group that has recently clocked up over a million members, largely from Nigeria. It is one of Facebook's fastest-growing communities and has become such a phenomenon that recently Mark Zuckerberg met with Fin founder Lola Omolola.