About this resource
Adolescence is considered a window of opportunity because the critical developmental changes that occur during this period are sensitive to intervention.
Investments targeted at adolescents build upon interventions at earlier ages and support better health, nutrition, and education outcomes as children transition to adolescence and adulthood.
Health and nutrition interventions delivered through schools improve adolescent wellbeing, supports learning objectives, and strengthen the human capital formation.
This event is designed to showcase a suite of tools designed to guide program planners through some of the key questions that arise in program development and investment prioritization to support adolescents in achieving their full potential.
This dissemination event will engage World Bank TTLs, technical bodies, and external funding agencies to discuss how these tools can be widely applied in practice.
To preview the suite of tools that will be discussed in this event, please go to:
- School Health and Nutrition: Reach and Relevance for Adolescents
- Monitoring Adolescent Health and Nutrition Programs and Interventions: Answering the Why, What, Who and How
- Sustaining Adolescent Health Service Delivery During Prolonged School Closures: Considerations in Light of COVID-19
- Adolescent School Health and Nutrition: Interactive Decision Trees