We believe in the power of community and collaboration to continue our journey towards adolescent prioritisation. We would like to thank all our partners and supporters for working towards adolescent and youth participation as well as community building. The names of organisations mentioned below is not exhaustive as we continually work towards growing the community!

10to19 Funders and supporters

Anonymous Donor

Bank of America

The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation

DMI Finance

DSP Investment Managers

Fidelity Asia Pacific Foundation

Fondation Chanel

GMSP Foundation

Kiawah Trust

Marr Munning Trust

Max Foundation

MCKS Trust

Prema Balakrishnan & Sivasankar Kathirithamby

Ravi Yadav

Tata Trusts

The David & Lucile Packard Foundation

Tree of Life Foundation

USAID

VIP Industries

Vinati Organics Ltd.

WE Trust/ING Foundation

We thank the 10to19 Community of Practice including

Aangan Trust

Center for Catalyzing Change

Child in Need Institute

Quest Alliance

We also thank our collaborators and supporters for working continually towards adolescent prioritisation

Aravali

Magic Bus

Pravah – Commutiny the Youth Collective

Praxis

The YP Foundation

Breakthrough

Educate Girls

Population council

Population Foundation of India

change.org

EnterChange Innovations

Girl Effect

Graam Vaani

IPE Global

Jharkhand Rural Health Mission Society, Government of Jharkhand

Milaan

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India

UNICEF

WHO

Yuvaa

adolescent champions

We applaud the efforts of adolescents and youth from across the country who continue to drum up their voice and be advocates on the issues that concern them

Anshureema Kumari 

Babita Besra

Babli Tirki

Binita Lohar

Deeparani Bagali

Holikaku

Ishika Kumari

Kavita Kumari

Maala Gorai

Paano

Pooja Kumati

Punam Kumari

Puja Kumari

Rabiya

Rani Kumari

Reena Kumari

Ritu Besara

Rupi Kisku

Sajni Mayandi

Sakina

Sangeeta Dungdung

Shama Pravin

Shamta Kumari

Shempu Kumari

Sujata Jyotishi

Sunita

Vina Kumari

Priyanka

Shika Kumari

Shobha Kumari

Arati Berva

Anjali

Avani

Chena Gujar

Guddi

Juli Kumari

Jyoti

Kamli

Krishna Jadav

Lalita

Mahak

Mausam Jat

Mausam Jat

Muskan

Naraj

Nikita Jadav

Niranta

Nisha Jadav

Nitu Berva

Priyanka

Punrekha

Rekha

Rupkumari

Somiya

Soniya Gujar

Soniya

Suman Gujar

Suman

Sunita Jaat

Upasana

Vinita

Wahida

Binod B. Singh

Arati Kara Mudi

Sheela Mahato

Puja Kumari

Sangeeta Dungdung

Rupi Kisku

Sita Kumari

Urmila Hembrom

Punam Kumari

Pano Maroandi

Shobha Kumari

Bably Tirkey

Essika Kumari

Karuna Ekka

Kavita Kumari

Sujata Jyotishi

Rabiya Khatun

Punam Toppo

Sheela Mahato

Sujata Jyotishi

Priyanka Murmur

Deepa Rani Bagti

Bina Mahato

Babita Mahato

Sujata Jyotishi

Amita Kumari

Sangeeta Dung Dung

Akash Mahto

Juhi Baraik

Pankaj Sahu

Vikas Porte

Lalita Kumbhkar

Arun Das Manikpuri

Sumit Kumar Patanwar

Lokesh Kushwaha

Raj Nayak

Essika Kumari

Balku Oraon

Chanda Kumari

Pushpa Kumari

Puja Kumari

Pintu Lohra

Namrata Sahu

Noor Habib

Saba Rehmani

Rani Kannaujia

Shreya Yadav

Kajal Kannaujia

Vikram Kumar Bairwa

Sunita Sondhiya

Rekha

Om Prakash Meena

Himalika Sharma

Mausam Kumari

Kahkashan Parveen

Radha Kumari

Sonam Bharti

Priyanka Pandey

Jwala Kumari

Puspa Kumari Yadav

Nikita Kumari

Sitara Shabnam

Namita Tudu

Afsana Khatun

Majda Khatun

Kumari Shalini

Ashraph

Poonam

Mousumi Khatun

Renuka Murmu

Salma Khatun

Sabitri Kumari

Manju Hasda

Sahebmuni Murmu

 Alima Khatun

Rumanwa Yasmin

Kakoli Konai

Priyantara Bharti

Priyaswara Bharti

Abhinandan Gopal

Priyanka Kumari

Komal Fale

Sowmya Jayaraman

Aarini Sharma

Rehnuma Parveen

Tanhar

Sohail Sarber

Savita

Sita Kumari

Punam Kumari

Sangeeta Dungdung

Shobha Kumari

Kavita Kumari

Bably Tirkey

Rabiya Khatun

Rupi Kisku

Urmila Hembrom

Essika Kumari

Puja Kumari

Karuna Ekka

Deepti

Nirmita

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Reference Example for easy understanding

Table 1

The policy gap(s) addressed by the program

The exclusion of young people in the decision-making process for policy issues surrounding adolescents

Community need(s) addressed by the program

Greater awareness and understanding of adolescent issues regarding their education, sexual and reproductive health, and early marriage

Opportunity for innovation addressed by the program

The opportunity to bring and work together with critical stakeholders on a single platform

Table 2

Day-to-day program activities

Stakeholder management, vendor management

Periodic program activities

Monitoring, Reporting, Training of Personnel

One-off program activities

Government advocacy, designing campaigns

Tools/frameworks/systems & processes/ways of working from the program

Systems Change Framework

Table 3

Program practices

Is the practice impactful? If yes, list down why?

Is the practice sustainable? If yes, list down why?   

Is the practice scalable? If yes, list down why?  

Is the practice innovative and/or unique? If yes, list down why?  

Youth-led social audits and presenting youth-centric priorities directly to decision makers

Yes, as it allows young people to directly engage with decision makers and contribute to the decision-making process

Yes, as it equips young people with leadership skills. It is also cost effective due to the long-term gains it offers upon initial investment

Yes, as such training modules can be replicated across multiple initiatives by other practitioners & organizations. In addition, trained young people can also train other young people

Yes, as it follows an approach which centers its design and delivery around young people, in an end-to-end manner

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Table 4

Promising Practice

Youth-led social audits and presenting youth-centric priorities directly to decision makers to: (i) create a platform for youth to exercise their agency (ii) effectively engage decision makers

Source

  • Verbal evidence from community
  • Verbal feedback from on-ground team members
  • Project report & surveys

Details

Community feedback of adolescents feeling confident, understood, and acknowledge

On-ground team feedback on creation of government champions for the project’s objectives

Project report and surveys observe greater youth involvement and efficacy in engaging directly with decision maker

Table 5

RECOMMENDATIONS

Promising Practice

Youth-led social audits and presenting youth-centric priorities directly to decision makers to: (i) create a platform for youth to exercise their agency (ii) effectively engage decision makers

The demographic it addresses

Adolescents from the age of 10 to 19 years

The gap/ need/ opportunity it addresses

The exclusion of adolescents and young people in the decision-making process for policy issues regarding adolescents and young people

Govt stakeholders

Holding consultations with critical stakeholders and young people from the inception of a program

Funders

Taking inputs from all stakeholders and young people before initiating a new project to ensure a deeper visibility and understanding of their demographic and its needs

Other Practitioners

Engaging young people in decision-making processes to adopt a more collaborative approach between stakeholders and young people

Community Stakeholders

Undertaking youth-led social audits and engagement with decision makers to engage directly with young people, understand their needs & concerns and influence change at the community level

5

Objective Review

Outcome

Promising Practices and recommendations ratified by at least one member/ partner organization/ community/ MEL partners outside of ‘the team’

5

Objective Review

Objective

To validate the final promising practice and recommendation(s) by at least one person/ partner organization/ community/ MEL partners outside of the team.

4

Document

Outcome

2-3 promising practices documenting:

 

  • What gap/need is addressed
  • How it is addressed and the change that is created
  • The potential for replicating along with recommendations for implementing

4

Document

Objective

To document the promising practices in a detailed manner

3

Develop into a recommendation

Outcome

Well-articulated recommendation(s) addressing:

 

  • Demographic to cater to
  • Gaps/needs/opportunities addressed by the practice
  • The change brought in by implementing such a practice

3

DEVELOP INTO A RECOMMENDATION

Objective

To construct a recommendation in a brief, specific and clear-cut format which would assist other initiatives in implementing the same

2

CALIBRATE & SUBSTANTIATE

Outcome

Obtaining qualitative and/or quantitative data to assess the promise of the shortlisted practices according to the five guiding factors

Arriving at first list of promising practices

2

CALIBRATE & SUBSTANTIATE

Objective

To substantiate the shortlisted practices by collating gathered data in the form of:

 

  • Feedback from the community
  • Verbal accounts of the ground team
  • Documentation reports
  • Other valuable data

1

List & Shortlist

Outcome

Identifying:

  • Policy gaps
  • Community needs
  • Opportunities for innovation and other aspects that the program is addressing.

    Creating a list of program practices that are working on-ground in bridging gaps/needs/opportunities.

1

List & Shortlist

Objective

To identify gaps/needs/opportunities and to shortlist program practices that are impactful, sustainable, scalable, innovative and/or unique.