The end of the first phase of PSI’s flagship adolescent contraceptive access project – Adolescents 360 (A360) – presents an opportune time for us to reflect on where we’ve come – and where we’re headed, next.
1. How have A360’s successes and failures shaped the project’s journey across Nigeria, Tanzania and Ethiopia?
2. In the three years since A360 started implementation, 410,000 adolescent girls have voluntarily chosen contraception through A360. What ways of working contributed to achieving these results?
3. How does a global adolescent contraceptive project foster local legitimacy and ownership?
4. And where is the project going next?
A360’s Project Director Matthew Wilson offers his thoughts. Read them here.