This piece originally ran on the A360 website.
By Meghan Cutherell, Sr. Program Manager, A360, PSI; Abednego Musau, Sr. Research and Learning Lead, A360, PSI; Edwin Mtei, Director of Programs, PSI Tanzania; Juliana Bwire, Country Lead, A360, PSI Tanzania; Augustino Julius, Youth Officer, PSI Tanzania; Catherine Kahabuka, MD. PhD; Isabellah Luhanga, Research Consultant, Tanzania; Gerald Kihwele, Youth Program Coordinator, Tanzania Ministry of Health & Social Welfare
From 2018 to 2020 Adolescents 360 (A360) designed and scaled its intervention in Tanzania, Kuwa Mjanja. In 2020, funder priorities led to a decision to exit this programming in Tanzania over a 15-month exit period. In an article published in the Frontiers, A360 has documented the experience of pursuing a process of expedited institutionalization of Kuwa Mjanja into government systems over the exit period. The piece reflects on the significant potential of operationalizing user-centered ASRH models within government structures within a narrow time frame.
We invite you to read the article.
This article was originally published in Frontiers in Global Women’s Health.