Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2012
OSSER-ADOLESCENTE (Orientation in Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health)
LAP Objective: • Increase SRH knowledge by 30% in 63 youth ages 14-19 in 3 communities in the Municipality of Lazaro Cardenas in order to contribute to a reduction in the risk of pregnancy among youth in 2013. • Increase by 25% the level of communication between parents and children ages 14-19 about SRH topics in La Esperanza, Ignacio Zaragoza and Nuevo Xcan of the Lázaro Cárdenas Municipality in Quintana Roo, México in 2013 in order to contribute to a reduction in early pregnancies and STIs.
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2011
Red Space, Benito Juarez
LAP Objective: • Increase the knowledge about SRH in 50 adolescents (divided into 2 groups, A and B) ages 15-19 in the 220 region of the municipality Benito Juarez, Quintana Roo from August to December 2012. • Strengthen and extend the project in 2 more regions, securing public and private funding from August to December 2012, in order to replicate the project in 2013.
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2010
Youth Space Kanantaba, Municipality of Jose Maria Morelos
Achieved Outcomes: The center served 20-30 youth per week over a one year period. The team continues to meet with their youth groups at least once per month.
Estimated # of youth reached: 1,000
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2009
Agarrala Onda ¡Prtotégete! ¿No?, Cozumel
LAP Objective: Increase the SRH knowledge of 80% of parents with children in junior high school and/or high school by 50%. Reinforce the quality of SRH education in 80% of the 12 junior high schools and high schools by 2010.
Achieved Outcomes: The team educated 600 high school students on SRH, family planning and condom use.
Estimated # of youth reached: 600
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2008
Embajadores Cine Foro a Favor de Liderazgo Juvenil, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Coban
LAP Objective: • Increase the SRH knowledge of 250 high school students by 50% over a one year period. • Reduce high school drop out rate among students, ages 12 to 15 years old, due to unplanned pregnancy by 80%.
Achieved Outcomes: • Implemented 8 of the 9 scheduled Movie Forums to 250 adolescents in junior and high schools in the Mayan rural town of Coba. • Implemented an additional 5 Movie Forum projections in Tulum focused on Adolescent pregnancy, STI, and family planning methods to approximately 160 youth.
Estimated # of youth reached: 410
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2007
Project JUVYSEX: Sexual Education for Youth
LAP Objective: • Increase knowledge of pregnancy and STI prevention of 150 CONALEP students, ages 15 to 16, through school curriculum. • Strengthen the SRH knowledge of new students from each school year.
Achieved Outcomes: • Completed 4, 6-hour trainings with a total of 120 students. • Conducted 1 cinema debate where youth watched and discussed an SRH related film. • Published 2 bulletins to help maintain communication between students and the GOJoven team. • Conducted SRH forum for students at CONALEP – a total of 46 students participated and received media coverage in 2 statewide newspapers and a blog.
Estimated # of youth reached: 500
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2006
Juvenile Delinquent SRH Workshops with of the Quintana Roo State Guardian Council
LAP Objective: • Promote the participation of Guardian Council staff and misdemeanor detainees in SRH training. • Increase the basic knowledge of misdemeanor detainees, ages 12-17 years of age, on SRH and rights. Strengthen the participation and training in SRH of 5 institutions.
Achieved Outcomes: • 95% of Guardian Council staff participated in SRH workshops. • 80% (9 out of 11) of SRH workshops were completed, with 95% of youth participating. • The team had to 2 articles appear in local newspapers regarding their project. • Built important alliances promote the rights of the youth, including the National Human Rights Commission in QR.
Estimated # of youth reached: 200
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2005
Workshop Course on Sexual and Reproductive Health
LAP Objective: Increase knowledge and awareness about gender equity, sexual and reproductive health rights, family planning and STIs through 4 modules of 4 hours each.
Achieved Outcomes: Conducted a series of trainings on gender equity, sexual and reproductive health rights, family planning and STIs using interactive methodologies.
Estimated # of youth reached: 40
Leadership Action Plan Mexico 2004
Strengthening Sex Education inCancun
LAP Objective: Decrease unwanted pregnancies and the transmission of STIs through the development and implementation of an ASRH model for public schools inCancun.
Achieved Outcomes: • Trained 50 youth on ASRH using ASRH training model they developed. • Raised awareness of ASRH issues among journalists and advocated for positioning of issues in media reporting: 3 programs on Radio Cultural Ayuntamiento and 6 articles in the Voz del Caribe.
Estimated # of youth reached: 500