This section hosts guidelines, manuals and toolkits to strengthen public health practice.
The Girl Roster™ is a tool designed to help understand communities and elicit foundational information to intentionally link girls, especially the most marginalized adolescent girls, to the vital resources, facilities, and services which they are entitled to but often have limited or no access. It is a cost-effective way to collect program-relevant information using a mobile phone-based questionnaire (and where resources do not permit, paper and pencil). It enables users to see a fuller view of girls’ lived realities in defined program areas, comprised of easily walkable or travelable communities. Developed in 2015, and updated in 2019, it can be used by implementers to assess the extent of achievement of the locally affirmed commitments and laws around adolescent health and living conditions. Click here for details.