HealthPhone: Adolescent Reproductive Sexual Health - Saloni Part 2
Adolescent Reproductive Sexual Health (ARSH) intervention designed by ITAP
Saloni Swasth Kishori Yojana was piloted in Uttar Pradesh as an in-school project for 7 to 14 year old girls with a focus on nutrition and reproductive health interventions.
This documentary aims to document the best practices, lessons learned and recommendations developed over the course of IFPS Project's and ITAP's work in Adolescent Health-: Making healthcare services accessible and acceptable to adolescents in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.
The film highlights the achievements of numerous state and district partners who played an integral role in the design and implementation of the family planning and reproductive and child health programs.
Saloni Swasth Kishori Yojana (Uttar Pradesh): To test the effects of a nutrition and reproductive health behaviors intervention for young adolescent girls
• Adolescent girls part of the Saloni program exhibited adherence to hand-washing, vaginal hygiene, IFA supplementation, deworming and eating the recommended number of meals each day
• The BCC efforts resulted in a change in their attitudes relating to reproductive health issues
• They demonstrated an increased level of self-efficacy
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The Innovations in Family Planning Services (IFPS) Technical Assistance Project (ITAP) implemented by Palladium and facilitated multi-sectoral dialogue, strategic information analysis and use, in-country capacity building and implementation assistance to the government of India and three northern states in improving family planning indicators in the country. A major thrust for ITAP was to develop, design, demonstrate, document, and disseminate innovative public-private partnership (PPP) models and financing strategies that reach the poor and vulnerable communities with family planning services. The project piloted six innovative and scalable PPP models in three states of North India (Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jharkhand) from 2005-2012.