Welcome to the Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Learning Collaborative, where stakeholders working with adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) can access a wealth of resources to enhance the quality and effectiveness of multisectoral HIV and SRHR programming. This centralized site is designed to empower practitioners, policymakers, and advocates by providing easy access to a wide array of materials tailored to address the unique needs of AGYW. 

Our Learning Collaborative site draws upon evidence and tools from the Eastern and Southern African region, leveraging insights and experiences to address the significant burden of the HIV and SRHR epidemic in this region. Additionally, the site draws on lessons learned and south-2-south knowledge products.


Types of Resources: 

1. Implementation Tools, Reviews, and Best Practices that offer practical tools, and insights from country experiences to guide the successful implementation of programmes targeting adolescents and young people. 

2. Training and Facilitator Manuals that are designed to equip practitioners and educators with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively engage and transfer knowledge. 

3. Monitoring, Evaluation, and Quality Documents that are dedicated to monitoring and evaluating the impact of youth programmes, along with documents focused on ensuring quality standards and continuous improvement. 

4. Guidelines and best practices for effective AGYW programming, informed by the latest evidence. 


We invite you to explore our collaboration site and leverage these valuable resources to enhance your efforts in promoting the health, rights, and opportunities of AGYW worldwide. 

It is important to note that the documents provided are not exhaustive, and we highly welcome suggested additions. All suggested documents will undergo revision before being uploaded, as not all publications may be considered suitable for inclusion. Thank you.


Contact us to submit a document for consideration.