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This session will present evidence on the need for and approaches to successfully conceptualize and deliver meaningful, multi-sectoral girl-focused programmes to young women and girls. Evidence from implementation research programmes will be used to showcase innovative approaches to: working effectively across sectors; tackling multiple vulnerabilities (such as violence and lack of economic opportunities); creating economic arguments for the case for joined-up investment; and ensuring that girls and young women are agents and not subjects of change.

16:35
Introduction
16:50
Lived reality is not a programme: Realties, diversities, vulnerabilities, and what girls want
Kanengo Bibusa Zoe Nakamba, Zambia Network of Young People Living and Affected with HIV/AIDS (ZNYP), Zambia
17:00
Girl centered HIV prevention
Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (WRHI), South Africa
17:10
Relationships, Context and HIV risk / prevention for highly vulnerable AGYW and their male partners: Emerging findings from the DREAMS Partnership
Julie Pulerwitz, Population Council, United States
17:20
Agency, visibility and voice: Gender equality with young women and men
Ravi Verma, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), India
17:30
Discussion
17:55
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