Sharing the Code for AYSRH Breakthrough
If you’re looking for useful insights and tools — with a dose of radical transparency — you’re in the right place! Open Source is the true telling of our A360 experience, inspired by the conviction that our global community will get further faster by sharing what we learn. We’re not interested in sitting on secrets. We’ve pulled together our favorite resources and stories of our trials, failures, and wins to share with you.
Tips for Using A360 Open Source
3 Ways to Get Resources
- Start with featured resources handpicked by our team
- Go straight to the resource library at the bottom of this page
- Enter A360’s four phases—1. Inquiry, 2. Insight Synthesis, 3. Prototyping, and 4. Adaptive Implementation
“Try this today” vs “Use as reference”
We’ve labeled each resource according to how we suggest you use it. Some tools are ready for you to use right now. Others simply offer a peek into our journey, for your reference.
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Explore resources from our four A360 Phases
What did the findings of 280+ young researchers scientists, designers, and public health experts reveal?Learn More
2. Insight Synthesis
See transdisciplinary experts and young analysts translate insights into new opportunities for design.Learn More
What worked and what didn’t? Learn from our rapid mini-experiments.Learn More
4. Adaptive Implementation
Today, we stay curious and refine our work as we go. See how adaptation has formed the foundation of our implementation and scale-up.Learn More
How can adolescent contraceptive programs balance delivering life skills and contraceptive services in a setting where contraception is stigmatized, and husbands hold most of the decision-making power? This technical brief explores.
This technical brief captures what we learned and how we pivoted following our external 2018 mid-term evaluation.
Get A360’s Inquiry Starter Pack—our favorite ready-to-use tools and process documents for you to reference.
A consensus statement that affirms our commitment to respect and justice—and to do no harm to the young people we work with and for.