Working with Married Youth: A Curriculum for Peer Educators
This participatory curriculum was designed to train peer educators to work in communities with married youth on issues of gender and reproductive health. The curriculum trains peer educators on ways to provide information, support, and services to young married men and women by understanding their reproductive health needs and the issues that influence their lives. This tool stresses the importance of working with influential adults in the lives of young couples to create an enabling environment that supports the young couples’ reproductive health needs.
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Youth Friendly Services for Married Youth: A Curriculum for Trainers
This manual seeks to enhance health care providers’ understanding of young married men and women’s reproductive health needs and enable them to provide appropriate information, support, and services. Moreover, the manual encourages health care providers to reach out to community members and adults and help them create a supportive environment that meets the reproductive health needs of young married couples.
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