A360 Open Source Tools, in French

To read this in French, click on the orange “translate” button on the A360 Hub’s bottom left corner.

When we launched the A360 Open Source, we aimed to make A360’s applicable adolescent sexual reproductive health (ASRH) resources accessible for you, no matter the language you speak.

We’ll admit: it’s a work in progress. But today, we’re delighted to share that A360’s first batch of French-language youth-powered tools are live, and ready for you to use – beginning right now. 

We outline below the PDFs you can download.

What is A360, anyway?

We’ve prepared two technical briefs, capturing A360’s strategy, lessons learned and considerations for similar ASRH implementation in future settings.

  1. The Case of Smart Start in Ethiopia
  2. The Case of  Kuwa Mjanja in Tanzania

Conducting design-research in partnership with young people?

These research guides can help:

  1. Observing in- and out-of-school youth
  2. Adolescent girls
  3. Mothers
  4. Fathers
  5. Key influencers
  6. Providers

Looking for tools to structure how your team shares, reflects on and organizes the collected research?

Our field debrief guide and story share worksheets offer a framework to kick-start the conversation.

Creating a youth-engagement plan?

This plan template – plus an example from A360’s experience in Ethiopia – offers a replicable blueprint.

Applying an adaptive approach to implementation?

  1. Start by forming your adaptive management team with this team charter worksheet.
  2. Then, use this worksheet template to identify the information you’ll need to guide your decision-making for adaptive implementation.
  3. Reference our transdisciplinary adaptation guidelines to support your team’s decision-making about whether and how to make adaptations.

Questions? Or looking for resources not available in French? Contact PSI’s Sr. SRH Technical Advisor Claire Cole (ccole@psi.org).

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