The Adolescent Girls Initiative project-Kenya (AGI-K) helps young, vulnerable adolescent girls build their social, health, and economic assets. AGI-K tests combinations of interventions in health, violence prevention, wealth creation, and education to determine which package of interventions delivers the most impact and at what cost. The project was led by Population Council and implemented in two marginalized areas 1) Kiberain Nairobi and 2) Wajir County in Northeastern Kenya by Plan International and Save the Children, respectively. This scripted guide was designed to support the delivery of the health, life skills, and nutrition sessions in Wajir in response to challenges with mentor capacity in this very remote, rural, underserved setting. The scripted sessions are useful in developing audio facilitation tools for facilitators who need support to effectively deliver training content. The audios act as an effective tool to enhance learning of financial education in a fun and engaging manner.
Adolescent Girls Initiative-Kenya: Health and Life Skills Audio Training Script, Wajir. Nairobi: Population Council, 2017.
Adolescent Girls Initiative-Kenya