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Youth Participation Guide: Assessment, Planning, and Implementation

This is an adaptation of the Youth Participation Guide: Assessment, Planning, and Implementation published by Family Health International (FHI) in 2005, in collaboration with Advocates for Youth. This 2008 publication is supported by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) through a contribution from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Government of Finland. Revisions Read More

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Youth Participation in Development

Today’s generation of young people is the largest in history. Over 3 billion people – nearly half of the world’s population –are under the age of 25. Almost 90% of all young people live in developing countries. Young people are a valuable asset to their countries and investing in them brings tremendous social and economic Read More

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Putting PYD into Practice – A Resource Guide

The HHS/ACF/Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) provides national leadership on youth and family issues. The Bureau promotes positive outcomes for children, youth, and families by supporting a wide range of comprehensive services and collaborations at the local,Tribal, State, and national levels. FYSB endorses the Positive Youth Development approach, which recognizes that empowered young people Read More

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Measuring Success of Youth Livelihood Interventions

In its 2007 World Development Report: Development and the Next Generation, the World Bank underscored the world’s historic “youth bulge” of 1.3 billion young people and the urgent need for governments and the development community to invest in this younger generation. The report focused on the pivotal stages of life that young people must navigate Read More

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Guide to Cross-Sectoral Youth Assessments E3

This Guide was developed based on the collective knowledge and experience of numerous people. I am grateful to Alejandra Bonifaz, Erik Butler, Caroline Fawcett, Ash Hartwell, David James-Wilson, and Barry Stern of EDC, and Jenny Truong from USAID, for their contributions, which strengthened and improved the Guide. Clare Ignatowski, USAID Program Manager for EQUIP3, helped Read More

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Assessing Strategic Partnerships. The Partnership Assessment Tool

The Strategic Partnership Taskforce in the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister was established in September 2001 to help find innovative ways in which local government could improve public service delivery by working in partnership. Such partnerships may be with other local authorities, other public service organisations such as the NHS, with the private sector Read More

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