One of the goals of the Solutions for Supporting Healthy Adolescents and Rights Protection Project (SHARP) is to increase the availability, accessibility, and affordability of both sexual reproductive health (SRH) services and commodities for adolescents, and particularly girls.

In the first year of the project, following extensive training by HAI on data collection, in-country partners across the six countries of implementation carried out baseline research into the availability, affordability, and accessibility of commodities, as well as an inquiry into healthcare worker attitudes around adolescent friendly services. Using this SRH research, SHARP partners and others will be able carry out evidence-based advocacy to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of young people across the Great Lakes Region.

Find the research per country below. This page will be continuously updated with new SRH research as it is published.





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