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Title: By Brad Kerner,


1
Flex Fund Integration
2
Objectives
  • To review the project objectives
  • Highlight the projects first year accomplishments
  • Present integration model options
  • Discuss successes and Challenges

3
What is Sponsorship?
4
Common Approach to Sponsorship-funded Programming
  • Save the Children has developed the Common
    Approach to Sponsorship-funded Programs (CASP)
    which
  • Focuses programming in five core program areas
    where SC has expertise and proven programmatic
    success
  • Documents the approach in five program modules
    and one DME module
  • Puts monitoring systems in place to measure and
    document results achieved.
  • Provides program technical support to country
    offices implementing programs

5
Sponsorship Core Programs
Early Childhood Development
Primary Education
School HealthNutrition
IP
HIV/AIDS
Adolescent Development
75 of Spon. program must be spent on core
programs
6
Sponsorship Supports Long-term Development in
Over 20 Countries
7
The Program Cycle
8
Why Sponsorship for FP integration?
  • Natural connections to Adolescent Development
    programs of which Adolescent Reproductive and
    Sexual Health is a key component
  • Potentially easy integration into the global
    Adolescent Development CASP module
  • Spon program review revealed that FP was not a
    strong component and young married girls and
    first-time mothers have not been targeted.
  • FP is already integrated to grant funded Child
    survival and food security programs.

9
Flex Fund Integration Project Intermediate Results
  • IR1 SC organizational capacity and commitment
    within sponsorship to address family planning
    strengthened
  • IR2 A model for integrating family planning into
    the AD CASP module developed
  • IR3 FP actives in Malawi piloted to help inform
    the model and recommend replicable FP strategies
    within the CASP module.
  • (Access, Quality, Demand, Enabling
    Environment)

10
Result 3Malawi Pilot Highlights from year 1
  • Increasing Access
  • 45 YCBDAs trained
  • 20 TBAs trained to promote exclusive
    breastfeeding
  • Referral sheets linking youth to health centers
    developed

11
Intermediate Result 3Malawi Pilot Highlights
from year 1
  • Improving Quality
  • Supervision for YCBDAs
  • FP logistics workshop
  • Youth Friendly Health Services

12
Intermediate Result 3Malawi Pilot Highlights
from year 1
  • Increasing Demand
  • Teen mother sessions within youth clubs
  • Peer drama at open days
  • Reaching men though Male Motivators
  • FP articles included in ARSH newsletter

13
Intermediate Result 3Malawi Pilot Highlights
from year 1
  • Improved Enabling Environment
  • Initiation counselors
  • Community awareness and mobilization
  • Engagement on national level FP dialogues and
    meetings

14
Intermediate Results 2Developing a model
  • Option 1 Develop a FP appendix to the AD CASP
    module with tools
  • YCBDA training and supervision tools
  • FP logistics workshop methodology
  • Clinical assessment tool
  • M E tools to track FP utilization

15
Results 2Developing a model
  • Option 2
  • Add successful and replicable FP activities
    into the key activity matrix currently in the
    CASP module

16
Results 2Developing a model
  • Situational Analysis questions included in
    updated CASP module- Feb 07
  • Summer 08 Documentation of 5 key strategies and
    a case study of family planning program to be
    shared with all sponsorship programs.

17
Intermediate Results 1Commitment strengthened
  • Sept 2006 2 staff members from Mozambique
    sponsorship program came to the DME workshop in
    Malawi
  • Feb 2007- spon annual conference Afghanistan,
    Bolivia, Philippines, Mozambique, Nepal showed
    interest
  • Sept 2007 Year 1 presentation to Head Quarter
    sponsorship staff

18
Successes and Challenges
  • Successes
  • No resistance from HQ spon staff
  • Field based activities rolling out well
  • Documentation of program components planned
  • Historical commitment to ARSH
  • Challenges
  • -Phase over- focusing on younger children
  • -Strategic Planning FY08-12
  • -Piloting holistic programming for youth
  • (Economic Opportunities'/Education/ARSH)
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