Ending Early Marriage, PRACHAR
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health Gender Behavior Change Advocacy Contraception & Family Planning
January 2013
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PRACHAR: Advancing Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in India

Between July 2001 and August 2012, Pathfinder International implemented the Promoting Change in Reproductive Behavior of Adolescents (PRACHAR) project to improve the sexual and reproductive health status of adolescents and young couples in the state of Bihar in northern India. This technical brief summarizes the evolution of PRACHAR, describes the intervention model and key evaluation results that informed each phase, and highlights next steps for dissemination and advocacy based on 11 years of project learning.

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