GOJoven Scale-Up Results 2020
This new GOJoven infographic highlights the scale-up results of the GOJoven Program since its inception in 2004 through today.
Together with the GOJoven Alumni Associations, we have reached over 82,000 youth & adolescents with meaningful programming on topics of adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR) and/or leadership development. We have trained over 400 new GOJoven Fellows, over 29,000 other youth & adolescents, and over 3,300 health, education & social service providers. We have also influenced numerous new policies & initiatives in favor of ASRHR in the region, and much more!
GOJoven Alumni Survey 2015
In 2015, the Public Health Institute conducted a survey of GOJoven alumni in order to collect updated information on alumni fellows’ participation and leadership in the field of adolescent/youth sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and sexual and reproductive rights (SRR).
As shown in the survey results (available below), graduates have sustained robust participation in GOJoven activities, extremely robust involvement in work to address AYSRHR, in which a large majority holds leadership positions, and an increase in Alumni monitoring and evaluation (M&E) knowledge and skills attributed to GOJoven. Country-specific alumni survey results are available in the alumni survey country infographics developed with Summit Foundation support.
Results from the Alumni Survey are available in the following documents, which were published in 2015 and 2016:
- Short Summary of findings
- GOJoven Guatemala Alumni Survey Infographic (2016)
- GOJoven Mexico Alumni Survey Infographic (2016)
- GOJoven Honduras Alumni Survey Infographic (2016)
- GOBelize Alumni Survey Infographic (2016)
GOJoven External Evaluation 2011
In 2011, the Summit Foundation commissioned an external evaluation of the Public Health Institute’s GOJoven Program implemented since 2004 in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico to build young adult leaders’ and local organizations’ capacity to improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR).
Results from the external evaluation are available in the following documents, published in 2012:
- Factsheet: GOJoven External Evaluation Results 2012
- Short Summary
- Executive Summary
- Full Final Report