Thanks for your note, i have added some of the contraceptives available and have attached the updated table, unfortunately the system is now refusing to upload an image of the same, not sure why though but i jope the attachments will serve purpose
Hie Eunice Thanks so much for sharing and we will definitely consider it during the implimentation and our future work.
I would also like to add that we will also try to capture some of the following data gaps using technology/Dashboard:-
Who needs prevention: - What are the known characteristics of the most at risk young sex workers and young key affected populations based on levels of biomedical information in the internally displaced populations?
What do they need: - What are the facilitators and barriers to accessing various types of SRH services?
How should programmes find them: - What are the best practices for identifying at risk individuals?
How do they use it: - For those accessing contraception, condoms, PEP and PREP, what are the barriers to adherence?
-For those accessing strategies to build social capital (girl only spaces etc.) what are the barriers and facilitators to completing programmes and using skills to improve their well-being after completion?
What are the details of young sex workers and key populations experience with ART in Internally Displaced Communities: - After initiation, what influences retention in care or decisions to stop taking ART and other health services, and what facilitates or inhibits adherence (at the individual facility and societal level)?
-Integration of services: Integration of VCT services into other essential healthcare services, including sexual and reproductive health; STI prevention and management.
Question- have you worked out/defined which indicators are you going to take on your data collection? Answer- possible indicators would include but not limited only to numbers of young people accessing different services as per need, barriers etc, see also the attached beneficiaries table attached to the Idea
Question- Have you explored WHO guidelines on indicators to work with?
Our indicators are linked to the Zimbabwe National SRHR and CSE strategy and other related national documents
Question- considering remote areas and weather e.g heavy rains and flooding, how efficient is your data collection will be? We expect that young people will use currently available platforms like Whatsup platfoms to share findings from their communities, Data collected can be compared with information from the National Statistical urgencies to ensure efficiency of the data.
Question-In case of big data, how are you going to analyze them, have you thought of applying technology? Answer- Currently young people will be supported to gather data from their community. The data collected is then synthesized by an overseer at the national level and processed for use in innovative communication tools and evidence- based advocacy. In case of big data we are looking at developing a more simplified and efficient reporting system that ensures uniformity of data collected at all levels for example by developing a dashboard which will be linked to a mobile App.(The dashboard will have three options, 1. The ability to give an opportunity for an individual to score, 2. Shortened option for feedback to red flag needing immediate attention or to give a shortened summary of service experience, 3. To give a more detailed report with strengths, weakness, recommendations and other areas for improvement )
Question-What is your thought on extracting data from sexually abused adolescents, face to face, do you expect to get reliable data? Instead of extracting Data from young people face to face, we expect to work closely with Victim friendly committees and local pressure groups at the local levels to ensure reliable of Data on identified and or reported cases to also ensure confidentiality and privacy of the targeted beneficiaries
Question -How is the law or policy in Zimbabwe, on interviewing an adolescent below 18 years without parental/guardian consent?
Answer- Based on laws and policies in Zimbabwe only young people below the age of 16 years require guardian or parental consent, Over the years we have been working with Human rights organisations in trying to push the Givernment to address this and many other laws which act as barriers to young people's access to services, this will also be a focus area during the implementation of our Idea