Diffusion of the AFP’s SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-bound) advocacy approach was the primary focus of the event, while it also provided participants the opportunity to develop a SMART advocacy objective to implement in the future. Advance Family Plannings (AFP) advocacy approach focuses on achieving ‘quick wins- discrete, critical policy or founding decisions that must occur in the near term to achieve a border goal. The AFP SMART Advocacy Guide features nine steps divided into three phases. The participants enjoyed the workshop and they participated the full workshop very attentively.
The workshop was facilitated by the Executive Director of SERAC-Bangladesh, SM Shaikat. The session co-facilitator was Program Manager (ISRHRD), Tasnia Ahmed. Beside this Assistant Director (Program) of SERAC-Bangladesh, Md. Salim Miah, journalist and AFP district working group member of Mymensingh, Moyeen Uddin, Mazharul Haque Palas and the other members was present in the workshop.