Examine Community Capacity Around ASRH Awareness

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1. Examine community capacity around ASRH issues, including its level of ASRH Awareness.
2. A catalytic event: awareness may be catalyzed by a specific event (e.g., the death of an adolescent due to an unsafe abortion) or by an accumulation of ASRH-related observations, such as a rise in school dropouts due to pregnancy. External catalysts such as ASRH programs can often build awareness of ASRH issues, facilitate community dialogue and collective action, and build the capacity of local organisations and individuals to play catalytic and support roles, but can lead to controversy as some may perceive them as negative or foreign to community norms and values.
3. Community involvement: individuals begin addressing the issue as a community concern,

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