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Collaborative Filmmaking Research: Shifting Public Attitudes on CSE


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Lack of support for CSE disrupts its delivery and may partially explain why there are few examples of scaled-up, sustainable programs, especially in resource-constrained contexts where youth need it most.

Projet Jeune Leader’s initial evidence suggests our Educators have positive “brand power” for creating support for CSE. Using an innovative, participatory research methodology called collaborative filmmaking, Projet Jeune Leader has produced new insights into how our CSE Educators have been able to shift attitudes in support for sexuality education at the community level in Madagascar.

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CSE We Can Count On

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Learning series: Towards a scalable model of comprehensive sexuality education in Madagascar

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