When young people seek a sexual and reproductive health (SRH) service they have to meet a healthcare provider. Critical to exercising their right to access SRH services are the attitudes of health professionals. Evidence shows that building the capacity of healthcare providers in the Gender Transformative Approach improved the SRHR of young people. Click on the image to read the Evidence brief on GTA and YFS (Youth Friendly Services) in Kenya.
Gender Transformative Approaches to improving Youth SRHR
If you are interested in reading the full research report on GTA and YFS,
you can download the report by clicking the image of the report on the left.
Teachers are socialized in an environment with specific norms around gender and sexuality. This influences the way they teach Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE). Evidence shows that a gender transformative approach (GTA) engages teachers in critically examining these norms and strengthens their CSE teaching.
Click on the image to read the evidence brief on GTA and CSE in Zambia.
Enhancing sexuality education through a gender transformative approach
The full research report on GTA & CSE can be downlaoded
by clicking on the image of the report on the left.