PUBLICATION | November 2018

The Advocacy Capacity Review Guide: A Facilitated Process for Assessing Organizational Capacities to Advocate for Family Planning and Reproductive Health

By Rhonda Schlangen and the Aspen Planning and Evaluation Program

The Advocacy Capacity Review (ACR) is a facilitated process to help civil society organizations explore advocacy as a strategy to advance their priorities and identify their priorities for cultivating more robust practices.

The ACR was developed as part of the Aspen Institute’s Aspen Planning and Evaluation Program’s developmental evaluation of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation International Reproductive Health strategy to support local advocacy in sub-Saharan Africa.

Hewlett SRHR Advocacy ACR Guide cover

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