The RHIYA Good Practice Documentation Exercise was carried out in 2006 to identify and document good practices from each of the seven RHIYA countries and to present them in a way that would be useful for implementers of SRH programmes for young people. A common methodology was used to collect and document good practices in all countries. The primary criteria used to identify good practices were: innovation, effectiveness, replicability, and sustainability. Attention was also paid to the overall quality of the practice. In addition, the potential of the practice to be of interest to those working in the field was a major consideration in selecting those which would be documented
as full case studies.
The publications resulting from the GPDE are:
Four thematic booklets summarizing the key findings and providing more general information for programme implementers:
Four booklets containing 11 full cases studies; one booklet each on creating an enabling environment; education and communication; advocating for policy development; and one on clinical services and programmes which are more comprehensive.
You can download these publications by clicking on the link below each cover.
- Making Common Cause: Good Practices for Creating an Enabling Environment
- We Sve Got a Right to Know: Good Practices in Education & Communication
- You are Welcome Here: Good Practices in Counselling & Clinical Services
- Opening the Doors of the Corridors of Power: Good Practices in Advocating for Policy Development
You can access the presentation online which will give you an overview of the good practice documentation exercise here, as well as the notes describing each slide.
View the presentation or download it: and see the notes here: