Congratulations to Paula Tavrow, Bixby Center Program Director, winner for her submission on experiences on high impact practices in family planning

On June 10, 2020, Paula Tavrow, Bixby Center Program Director, received the news that her submission was selected as a winner in the WHO/IBP and Knowledge SUCCESS call for implementation experiences on high impact practices in family planning.  (WHO/IBP is the World Health Organization/Implementing Best Practices.)  WHO/IBP had received over 110 submissions, which were then reviewed by an expert panel who selected the winners.  The title of her submission was: “The After Hours Adolescent Project (AHAP) in Western Kenya:  A Successful Strategy to Expand Rural Youths’ Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services.”  This project was jointly implemented with the Centre for the Study of Adolescence, headquartered in Nairobi, and the Kenyan Ministry of Health.  It was sponsored by the Lalor Foundation and Save the Children Sweden.  The project will be featured as a “best practice” on WHO’s website in September-November 2020.

 

 

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