This document contains the Building Assets Toolkit’s Resource Manual, which includes valuable information about building meaningful program content as well as detailed notes on each asset for use in the toolkit’s “Asset Building Exercise.” This exercise is designed to involve multiple stakeholders in determining what assets girls need in order to survive and thrive. The Building Assets Toolkit is an approach for developing programs for speciﬁc segments of girls that will prepare them to better face the challenges of growing up. It will help program managers understand the needs of the girls in their community, engage stakeholders at different levels and with different viewpoints, and build concrete and meaningful programming for adolescent girls.
See below for links to related materials.
Bruce, Judith, Sarah Engebretsen, and Kimberly Glazer. 2015. "Building Assets Toolkit: Developing Positive Benchmarks for Adolescent Girls—Resource Manual." New York: Population Council.