How Can Social and Behavior Change Programming Improve Reproductive Health and Family Planning Behaviors of Out-of-School Youth in the Philipppines?
This factsheet shares results from a targeted study to better understand which social and behavior change programming approaches are most effective for encouraging out-of-school youth ages 15 to 19 to adopt priority reproductive health and family planning behaviors.
The study was conducted among out-of-school youth in four urban regions of the Philippines: Manila, Quezon City, Cebu City, and Davao City.
For more information contact Ashish Bajracharya, email@example.com
Source: Breakthrough RESEARCH/Population Council, De La Salle University
Date of Publication: June 18, 2021
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