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Intro Nyagiro

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    • 1. YouthNet 2005 and Beyond
    • 2. 2004 Programmatic Overviews
      • Response to TAG recommendations 2004
      • 2004-2005 Key Areas in Technical and Program Implementation
      • 2005: YouthNet and Beyond
    • 3. Vision
      • YouthNet, a global technical leader in youth reproductive health and HIV prevention. Partnering to provide and promote:
      • youth reproductive health and HIV programming and technical assistance;
      • evidence-based best practices, materials, tools, and curricula;
      • innovative youth participation and leadership
    • 4. Comprehensive Approach: Program Goals
      • Expand evidence base on youth programs
      • Increase use of accumulated knowledge, best practices, and tools
      • 3. Meet country/regional needs for improving youth RH/HIV
      • 4. Expand and scale-up innovative programs
    • 5. Comprehensive Approach: Key Technical Areas
      • Peer Education
      • Sex Education
      • Faith-Based Organizations
      • Community Involvement
      • Youth Services
      • 6. Media
    • 6. Comprehensive Approach: Cross-Cutting Themes
      • Gender
      • Policy
      • Youth Participation
      • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • 7. Global and Country Synergy
      • Global Leadership
      • Research
      • Publications
      • Tools
      • Technical
      • Assistance & Capacity Building
      • Comprehensive Programming
      • Regional and Country Implementation
    • 8. Value-Added of YouthNet
      • Research in under-represented areas and results
      • Dissemination capacity
      • Innovative partnership activities
      • Working to mainstreaming Youth RH and HIV into non-youth programs
      • Technical expertise to youth-focused programs
      • Leveraged resources and commitment to youth programming
      • Advocacy for Youth Programming
    • 9. 2004 Program Implementation
      • YouthNet Global
        • Streamlined project organization to facilitate integration and cross-cutting work more effectively
        • Self Assessment and strategic planning
        • Refinement and focus on goals and core technical areas
        • Reinforcement of cross-cutting areas
        • Advancement/solidification of strategic partnerships
        • Refined result framework in-line with new USAID framework
    • 10. 2004 Field Activities
      • YouthNet/Tanzania-up and running
        • Surpassed expected results and project indicators
        • A model for implementation of research and GTL to practice
      • Demand-Driven/Expanded technical assistance and country assessments
        • Namibia program
        • Zambia continued activities
        • TA requests from other CA’s, UN, and other international organizations
    • 11. YouthNet: Future Directions
      • Focus on dissemination and use
      • Monitoring and end-of project evaluation planning--capturing project results and outcomes
      • Resource diversification
      • Planning for legacy and institutionalization of YouthNet’s work
    • 12. YouthNet: Challenges
      • Funding dynamics: RH core vs. HIV field-keeping balanced and comprehensive programming
      • Indicators
      • Planning for institutionalization without knowing the status of a possible follow-on

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