As part of our efforts to be knowledgeable on youth development in a broad sense, and have more in-depth expertise in our prioritised thematic areas, continuous learning and development of knowledge remain an essential part of our work. In furtherance of this objective, the YHFG is in the process of signing a new framework agreement with RFSU (Sweden) to implement a five-year project titled: Evidence to Action: Sexual Health Education Advocacy Project (EA-SHEAP). The intermediate outcome of EA-SHEAP is that Ghana Education Service (GES) adopt and implement the national guidelines on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in basic and high schools by December 2022. The intervention will produce a plan and supportive evidence to assist the GES to adopt and implement a CSE program as an integrated curricular activity in basic and high schools in Ghana. In recognition of the contribution of the Adolescent Health research group at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), in particular, Prof Awusabo-Asare and Prof Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme, a combined team of YHFG staff and RFSU international programme manager paid a working visit to the two professors at UCC on 29th January 2018. The meeting which took place at Prof Awusabo-Asare’s office at the Department of Population and Health was a fruitful one. The UCC research team assured the team of their willingness to partner with us and support in the process of evidence generation to contribute to a successful implementation of the national guidelines on CSE in the school curriculum. Watch this space for more on EA-SHEAP in the coming months!