Save the Children International
Few programs address the unique health needs of married and unmarried adolescents in Nepal and fewer still engage young, married women’s husbands and families, even though it is widely recognized that they play an important role in decision making around reproductive health and seeking health care. The Healthy Transitions for Nepali Youth Project aimed to address some of these challenges adolescent girls and young women in face in Nepal. This interactive product allows individuals to explore, in their own time, the project objectives, activities, findings, takeaways and reflections on sustaining Healthy Transitions in the future.
Maternal and Child Health (MCH)
Menstrual hygiene management (MHM)