University Leadership for Change: Adapting and Scaling to the Community Level

From 2014 to 2016, the USAID-funded Evidence to Action (E2A) Project implemented the University Leadership for Chance (ULC) project in Niger to promote youth leadership and strengthen health systems to meet family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) needs. 

From 2017 to 2019, E2A and partner Syntegral adapted this project to the community setting and implemented it as Community Leadership for Change (CLC) as part of the Resilience in the Sahel Enhanced-Family Planning (RISE-FP) program. E2A and Syntegral developed a set of tools for adapting programs to different contexts to systematically identify needs for adaptation and monitor implementation of these changes in the RISE-CLC project.

This report describes the use of the Context of Implementation and Adaptation (COIA) Analysis and Frontline Aggregated Monitoring and Evaluation (FrAME) Adaptive Management System tools throughout project implementation.

 

READ THE REPORT: University Leadership for Change: Adapting and Scaling to the Community Level

READ THE BRIEF: Utilizing a Three-Step Process to Remove Barriers to Youth Behavior Change

READ THE BRIEF: Pioneering Tools for Adapting Family Planning and Reproductive Health Interventions in Complex, Dynamic Environments