Accelerated institutionalization of an adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) intervention in Tanzania: Findings from a mixed methods evaluation

By Meghan Cutherell, Abednego MusauEdwin MteiJuliana BwireAugustino Julius, Catherine Kahabuka. MD. PhD  Isabellah Luhanga, Gerald Kihwele

From 2018 to 2020 Adolescents 360 (A360) designed and scaled its intervention in Tanzania, Kuwa Mjanja. In 2020, funder priorities led to a decision to exit this programming in Tanzania over a 15-month exit period. In an article published in the Frontiers, A360 has documented the experience of pursuing a process of expedited institutionalization of Kuwa Mjanja into government systems over the exit period. The piece reflects on the significant potential of operationalizing user-centered ASRH models within government structures within a narrow time frame.

We invite you to read the article.

This article was originally published in Frontiers in Global Women’s Health.

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