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Adolescent job aid
Posted: Feb 28, 2017
Category: Women and girls development

Adolescent job aid

What is the Adolescent job aid?
It is a handy desk reference.
Who is the Adolescent job aid intended for?
It is intended for health workers who provide primary care services (including promotive, preventive and curative health services) to adolescents. These health workers include doctors, midwives, nurses and clinical officers. The Adolescent job aid takes into account the fact that in most settings health workers provide health services to children and adults in addition to adolescents.
What is the purpose of the Adolescent job aid?
Its purpose is to enable health workers to respond to adolescents more effectively and with greater sensitivity. To do this, it provides precise and step-wise guidance on how to deal with adolescents when they present with a problem or concern regarding their health and development.
What does the Adolescent job aid contain?
It contains guidance on commonly occurring adolescent-specific prob-lems or concerns that have not been addressed in existing World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines (e.g. delayed menarche). It also contains guidance on some problems and concerns that are not adolescent specific but occur commonly in adolescents (e.g. sexually transmitted infections) and highlights special considerations in dealing with these conditions in adolescents.
How does the Adolescent job aid relate to other WHO guidelines?
It is consistent with and complementary to other key WHO guidelines including:
• Integrated management of adolescent and adult illness
• Integrated management of pregnancy and childbirth
• Decision-making tool for family planning clients and providers

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GIRL SAFETY TOOLKIT: A RESOURCE FOR PRACTITIONERS
Posted: Jan 27, 2017
Category: Women and girls development

GIRL SAFETY TOOLKIT: A RESOURCE FOR PRACTITIONERS

In order to be safe, girls should not have to change their essential qualities, deny themselves opportunities or move elsewhere. Communities also need to be conscious of girls as a distinct group and be responsible for providing safe access to services, entitlements, facilities and public spaces, for education, employment and leisure.

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