The Mabinti Tushike Hatamu (Girls let’s be leaders!) program is designed to test and evaluate strategies for reducing the vulnerability of out-of-school adolescent girls in Tanzania aged 10–19 years to HIV/AIDS, pregnancy, and unfavorable life outcomes. MTH is led by the Tanzania AIDS Commission, implemented by Restless Development, and supported by UNICEF. The Population Council developed a strategy for Restless Development to capture the richness of its activities. The Council designed a training session and a companion toolkit in participatory action research for community volunteers, aged 19–23 years, to use within their girl groups. This report describes the findings from two trainings that took place in April 2015.
Hallman, Kelly, Ilan Cerna-Turoff, and Neema Matee. 2015. "Participatory research results from training with the Mabinti Tushike Hatamu out-of-school girls program: Tanzania 2015." New York: Population Council.
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