Join Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs for a roundtable discussion on tools to better understand and meet the needs of youth and improve family planning outcomes. Through hands-on facilitation, participants will learn about resources from CCP's Breakthrough ACTION project to help provide comprehensive sexual education in a digital space, cultivate empathetic relationships between providers and young clients, and conduct meaningful dialogue with youth to address their reproductive health wants and needs. Breakthrough ACTION is a partnership led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs in collaboration with Save the Children, ThinkPlace, ideas42, Camber Collective, International Center for Research on Women, and Viamo.
The 1 hour and 15-minute roundtable will be offered in English with simultaneous interpretation into French.
Findings and recommendations from the Youth Family Planning Digital Literacy Review (Catherine Harbour, Senior Program Officer, Breakthrough ACTION)
Experience in testing and adapting Empathways for providers and community leaders in Côte d’Ivoire (Léopoldine Tossou, Breakthrough ACTION Côte d'Ivoire)
Liberia’s Let’s Talk about Sex youth listener groups (Thon Okanlawon, Breakthrough ACTION Liberia)