Jeune S3 is a multi-country programme with the objective of strengthening the capabilities and opportunities of youth (10-24 years) to make responsible choices regarding their sexual and reproductive health and advocate effectively for their rights in this area.
The programme’s overarching aim is to promote adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights in fragile contexts. The programme was implemented in Benin, CAR, Cameroon and DRC from 2016 to 2020.
The present evaluation assesses the programme’s effectiveness and derives lessons for similar programmes. It is based on evaluation questions focussing on the overall effectiveness of the interventions, on synergies between different programme pathways, on the quality of collaboration of the involved implementation partners, and on the capacity of the programme to learn and adapt.