Adolescents are uniquely positioned to contribute to the design and delivery of effective programs and services. Policymakers, program managers, and service providers need to include adolescents as much as possible when designing, planning, implementing, delivering, and monitoring youth-responsive nutrition programs and services. If you have examples of policies, programs, services, guidance, evidence, and tools related to the engagement of adolescents in the design, implementation, delivery or evaluation of nutrition programs and services, please send them to email@example.com.
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State of the World's Children (SOWC) 2019 Adolescents' Workshop Manual and Nutrition Specialist Field Guide
Training Material published by UNICEF, Western Sydney University in
In 2019, UNICEF, in partnership with Western Sydney University, conducted a series of workshops with adolescents to learn about how they perceive, access, and consume food. The facilitator's manual outlines the process that in-country partners followed to organize and implement the workshops, and includes planning checklists, activities,…
Adolescent Girls' Nutritional Status and Knowledge, Beliefs, Practices, and Access to Services: An Assessment to Guide Intervention Design in Nepal
Journal Article published by Current Developments in Nutrition in
This study was conducted to support the design of an evidence-based adolescent nutrition program in Nepal (Suaahara.) The study found that exposure, knowledge, and behaviors across thematic areas differed by stage of adolescence. It concluded that heterogeneity among adolescent girls should be considered when selecting interventions that have the…
Guideline/Guidance published by Lady Irwin College, NCEARD, UNICEF in
This toolkit includes a technical report about adolescent nutrition in India, "Adolescents, Diets, and Nutrition: Growing Well in a Changing World," a recipe book for packed lunches and snacks for adolescents in the Indian context, and a pamphlet for adolescents about nutrition, eating practices, and anemia.
Food and Me: How Adolescents Experience Nutrition across the World
Technical Report published by UNICEF, Western Sydney University in
This report synthesizes findings from workshops with 600+ adolescents in 18 countries, in which the participants talked about their diets, nutritional knowledge, body image, and barriers and facilitators of healthy eating. This resource contains many quotes from adolescents regarding their perceptions of healthy and unhealthy foods and dietary…
Lives in the Balance: A COVID-19 Summit for the Health and Well-being of Women, Children and Adolescents
Video/Animation published by CORE Group, PMNCH in
Lives in the Balance was a virtual summit convened to discuss the health and well-being of women, children, and adolescents during the COVID-10 pandemic. Video recordings of the plenary, breakout, and "marketplace" (brief presentations highlighting programs) sessions are available.
Information, Education and Communication Materials published by Save the Children in
This flipbook accompanies the Facilitator’s Guide for Our First Baby: Health Education for Adolescents Who Are Pregnant Or First-Time Parents. It is designed to be used by a facilitator in group sessions in the community.
Youth Leaders for Nutrition Advocacy Toolkit (Advocacy Guide and Adolescent Nutrition Briefs)
Training Material published by Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), Save the Children, Youth Leaders for Nutrition in
Created through a participatory and collaborative process with SUN Youth Leaders for Nutrition, this toolkit helps youth to design, develop, and implement an advocacy strategy for improving adolescent nutrition. The toolkit includes a step-by-step guide, advocacy planning checklist, briefs on nutrition issues, briefs on issues that impact…