This brief offers priority interventions for programmers based on evidence from successful programming for women and girls; though a number of the interventions listed also benefit men and boys. The brief is divided into three parts: evidence-informed priority areas for programming; implementation and research gaps that must be addressed; and considerations for scaling up successful programming for girls and young women. The interventions described here are based on a thorough review of global evidence; however, each country and community response must be tailored to meet the specific opportunities and challenges faced locally.
Croce-Galis, Melanie, Karen Hardee, and Jill Gay. 2014. "Renforcer la prévention du VIH fondée sur des données éclairées visant les adolescenteset les jeunes femmes [Scaling up evidence-informed HIV prevention for adolescent girls and young women]," What Works brief. Washington, DC: Population Council and What Works Association, Inc.
The Evidence Project