Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Create a digital library resource for sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Promote access to adequate, inclusive, and quality health-care services, including universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services and rights, to reduce newborn child and maternal mortality (NUA 55; SDG 3.1, 3.7, 5.6; CEDAW article 12,16).
Success of the program is measured through the number of users of the Digital ASK-us, and the number of downloads.
Google analytic results on users, downloads and other user trends monitored on a quarterly basis. Since the launch in September 2017 to date, there are a total of 436 users and 115 downloads.
Throughout the process ARROW learned the importance of continually promoting the site which they are doing bi-monthly via an e-newsletter.
Resources and More Information
Strategic Engagements: Moving the SRHR Agenda Forward