Browse the Knowledge Products

What is a Knowledge Product?

Knowledge Products (KPs) are usable resources created through research and various modes of inquiry. KPs generate actionable knowledge (or knowledge for action) crafted for singular or multiple purposes and are often created in response to the needs of the people or communities interacting with them. KPs can be publications, documents, infographics, policy reports, guidelines, podcasts, videos, and any other materials or forms of information.

Scroll through this library to find KPs published by Share-Net International members since 2014, through to our most recent grant cycle. From policy briefs and research reports to card games, comics and more, you will find a wide array of free-to-download SRHR resources on this page!

 

  • Grant type

  • KP Year

  • Country

  • Theme

  • Language

  • KP type

The In Real Life Project

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2023

  • Malawi

Community Forum developed The In Real Life Project training Pamphlet with the aim of guiding the staff and youth in the community on the issue of sexual reproductive health and rights.

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Addressing Sexual Harassment Among Students in Jordanian Universities: A Call for Comprehensive Policies

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2023

  • Jordan

This policy brief presents key findings from the research, and offers a set of recommendations tailored for university administrations. It provides actionable insights into addressing sexual harassment on campus, emphasizing the importance of implementing effective policies and support mechanisms.

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Treat it Queer

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Netherlands

This project works to translate research into products and materials that will be used to facilitate tangible change in policy or practice. Treat it Queer educates medical students and young doctors about queer inclusive health care provision, with a focus on SRHR in the Dutch context. For this project they created two tangible tools to better support and understand queer and gender queer people within medical environments.

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Cholo Kotha Boli – youth to youth podcast

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Bangladesh

This knowledge product will investigates and tests new and innovative approaches in SRHR and identify unheard perspectives; moreover, it works to empower girls and boys (from 16 to 25 years old) to take decisions on their sexual and reproductive health which create value in their lives. ARBAN has developed 10 episodes SRHR related audio podcast within the time frame work. Based on the following topics (Puberty, Early marriage, Menstruation and hygiene, Gender based Violence- GBV, Risk taking in sexual issues and prevention, Knowledge gap in SRHR, Pregnancy, SRHR issues in the transgender community, Family planning and safe abortion and Sexually Transmitted Diseases- STDs) the key knowledge product(s) were developed.

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A maternal mental health intervention for pregnant women in low-resource settings in Kenya

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Kenya

A maternal mental health intervention for pregnant women in low-resource settings in Kenya. The study found a high need for mental health support among perinatal women in the study region, with more than one-third of screened women showing depressive symptoms. The pilot showed that integrating a contextualized group-based mental health intervention within routine antenatal care settings in primary healthcare was feasible. The policy brief provides several recommendations to policymakers, the community, and pregnant mothers in western Kenya to enhance their access to much-needed mental health support.

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RAHMY: Respectful Abuse-free Humanized Motherhood through Youth-Empowerment

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Egypt

RAHMY is a research project that explores Shared Decision Making (SDM) as a tool in Respectful Maternal Care (RMC). Patient-Centered Care (PCC) has been identified by the World Health Organization as a key aspect in improving the quality of care within an integrated holistic health systems approach. However, there is limited focus on the role Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and youth empowerment play. Recent data from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) have unveiled gaps in gender equity and autonomy in SRHR decision-making. Across the Eastern Mediterranean Region, the decision-making power on SRHR, including maternal health, remains mostly in the hands of men.

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Let's Talk Safety

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Netherlands

This policy brief is based on participatory co-creation sessions led by Fairspace with a diverse group of refugees and asylum seekers (A/S) who have lived or are currently residing in Dutch Asylum Centers (AZCs). This phase of the project began with recruitment and the development of training content concurrently. Subsequently, two co-creation sessions were conducted, and the policy brief was written.

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Not Your Usual Subjects

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Multinational

Not Your Usual Subjects brings you fresh and unheard youth voices and perspectives on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on long-standing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) issues through a six-part youth-led podcast series.

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Youth Know your SRHR (Youth Know)

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Malawi

Umunthu Plus and Umunthu FM continue to advocate for equitable provision of services across all humanity in Malawi. They hope that while this policy brief is not a substitute for prescribed laws and policies, this knowledge product will assist adolescent girls in accessing better Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) services. Consultations with Umunthu Plus and Umunthu FM staff, direct SRHR service providers, Victim Support Units (VSU), District Social Welfare Office (DSWO), District Gender Office (DGO), and Community Policing Unit (CPU) are encouraged in cases of abuse or for clarifications.

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Correcting the Common Misconceptions on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Jordan

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Jordan

This research built on existing studies conducted by Share-Net partners in Jordan, as well as research carried out with practitioners and service providers, to capture the common misconceptions women, men, girls, and boys have about Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH). To achieve the research objectives, a qualitative approach was employed. Data was collected through interviews and focus group discussions (FGDs), as well as from desk review.

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Dhee 2.0: Tackling forced marriages within LGBTIQ community in Bangladesh

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Bangladesh

Through the story of a lesbian woman, the two-part comic book, Dhee 2.0, tackles the issues of forced marriage of the marginalized LGBTIQ+ community of Bangladesh.

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Climate Change and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: Exploring the Linkages

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Nigeria

In this project there was a policy brief developed that calls on Nigeria's national government to integrate sexual and reproductive health services into their national climate action plan/strategies by November 2021.

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Campagne: Réseau National des Jeunes vivant avec le VIH

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Burundi

Une génération informée, consciente et engagée dans la lutte contre la stigmatisation et la discrimination faites aux jeunes populations vulnérables en matière des droits de la santé sexuelle et reproductive.

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Be Your Daughter's Superhero

  • Knowledge Activation Grants

2021

  • Bangladesh

A Comprehensive Period Guide for Dads to Help Daughters to be Empowered with Needed Knowledge, Confidence and Self-Esteem Ensuring their Menstrual Wellbeing.

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