Presentation at Global Adolescent Health Conference in Ottawa on 16 May 2017 as part of a session entitled Behavioural Change Interventions to Address the Health and Nutritional Needs of Adolescents. This session explored new models of outreach targeting adolescent girls to positively influence health-seeking behaviour and nutritional status, including: (1) social media interventions through mobile phones; (2) strengthening the role of grandmother groups in Sierra Leone; and (3) Adolescent-Friendly Health Corners in Bangladesh.
Moderator: Dominic Schofield, President of Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
- Dr. Bridget Aidam, Research and Evaluation Advisory, Nutrition, World Vision International
- Dr. Mandana Arabi, Director, Business Platform for Nutrition Research, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
- Laura Reichenbach, Senior Associate & Deputy Technical Director, The Evidence Project, Population Council
CanWaCH has released video of the sessions: https://youtu.be/pi89JkDnJT
Learn more about the grandmother-inclusive approach and the Mamanieva project!