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  1. Increasing and improving multilateral development banks' funding for reproductive health and HIV/AIDS: a toolkit for advocacy

    This toolkit is intended for MDB-watchers, women's groups, affected communities, MDBs and other donors, and all stakeholders interested in (a) gaining information that may benefit their projects, particularly those focusing on improving reproductive health and HIV/AIDS services in the poorest communities of the world; (b) building their capacity to persuade MDBs to promote gender equality in all their reproductive health and HIV/AIDS investments; and (c) contributing to increasing and improving MDB spending on reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. …

  2. Checklist for Programme Officers. Improving the quality of SRHR Education programmes for Young People

    This checklist is a summary of the Evidence- and Rights- Based Planning and Support Tool for SRHR/ HIV Prevention Interventions for Young People (E-PAT) developed by WPF and Stop AIDS Now. The structure of the E-PAT is based on the Intervention mapping model, a framework that assists organizations in planning evidence-based programmes. The checklist is a supplement to other tools that are used by donor organizations to assess project proposals. …

  3. Advocacy for population and reproductive health: an introductory manual for advocates and trainers. Part I: preparing the ground work

    This is a do-it-yourself manual to assist concerned government officials and members of civil society to design and implement their own advocacy initiatives. Though specific examples have been designed for population and reproductive health advocacy issues in the South Pacific countries, the manual can serve as a guide to advocacy for other issues in other places.

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