The Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative is a platform for the generation and exchange of programme knowledge, tools and insights. It focuses on preventing HIV in adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) and promoting their overall health and well-being through a multi-sectoral approach. It is hosted by UNICEF with support from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative is a place where peers can exchange local knowledge across multi-sectoral networks. It was built on the foundation that most innovation comes from those working closely on the issues and there is no shortage of local knowledge and expertise. Programme quality can be optimized and communities strengthened through the exchange of knowledge and learning among programme implementers, peer educators, researchers and policy makers with experiences to share. Knowledge products are informed by the lived experiences of adolescent girls and young women and their communities.