We found 45 resource(s)
A Workshop with Children at EPC Changara Sede
Presentation/Poster published by Children for Health in
This presentation is from a workshop about the PCAANS project in Mozambique. The presentation describes the PCAANS approach, the participatory methods used with children, the process, and the results.
Global Standards and Indicators for Health Promoting Schools
Indicator Guide published by WHO in
This document defines key indicators and outlines standards for health-promoting schools, which leverage the educational infrastructure in communities to improve all aspects of health, including physical, social-emotional, and psychological conditions, and positive educational attainment.
Implementation Guidance for Health Promoting Schools
Guideline/Guidance published by WHO in
This document provides guidance for the development, implementation, and monitoring of health-promoting schools at the national, regional, and local levels. Health-promoting schools aim to provide a healthy school environment that can be tailored to national and local health priorities.
Uma Oficina com Crianças na EPC Changara Sede
Technical Report published by Children for Health in
This Portuguese-language presentation is from a workshop about the PCAANS project in Mozambique. The presentation describes the PCAANS approach, the participatory methods used with children, the process, and the results.
UNICEF Guidance Note: Adolescent Participation in UNICEF Monitoring and Evaluation
Guideline/Guidance published by UNICEF in
This is the pilot version of a guidance note on adolescent participation in program monitoring and evaluation (APM&E). The guidance note aims to help UNICEF staff and partners to understand how adolescents can be involved in monitoring and evaluation activities, issues to consider when designing and implementing APM&E activities, and tools…
In‐Depth Assessment of Snacking Behaviour in Unmarried Adolescent Girls 16–19 Years of Age Living in Urban Centres of Java, Indonesia
Journal Article published by in
This study involved qualitative research in five urban sites in Java, Indonesia to examine individual, social, environmental, and macrosystem factors that affect snacking among unmarried girls ages 16 to 19. The study's findings emphasize the importance of behavioral change strategies to modify the eating and activity patterns of adolescent…
The Interplay between Nutritional, Social and Economic Trajectories during Adolescence among Girls in Ghana
Assessment Tool published by in
This is an overview of a proposed study of optimizing female adolescents' nutrition to enhance health, family formation, education, and labor participation in Ghana. The proposed study would evaluate the effect of consuming multiple-micronutrient fortified biscuits compared to unfortified biscuits five days a week for 26 weeks.
Formative Research to Inform Adolescent Programming in Uganda: Engagement for Health, Nutrition, and Sustainable Development
Technical Report published by WFP in
This formative qualitative research study, conducted in Uganda, focused on the perspectives, experiences, and suggestions of adolescent girls and their communities related to adolescent health and nutrition. The report includes recommendations related to strengthening the visibility of adolescents, influencing adolescent nutrition, engaging…