This report highlights the findings of the endline evaluation of a two-year leadership project aimed at indigenous youth in Oaxaca, Mexico: Movil.com. Movil.com is a community project headed by peers and built on elements of other models. It is similar to a cascaded peer education and training model, in which nuclear leaders are trained who, in turn, train facilitators of larger groups. The Population Council office in Mexico evaluated the project at the request of the social organization that implements it, the Rosales Castellanos Women's Study Group, an NGO that has worked for more than 30 years with indigenous communities promoting maternal health and sexual and reproductive rights.
Sorhaindo, Annik, Xipatl Contreras, Kate S. Wilson, and Sandra G. Garcia. 2011. "Informe años dos Movil.com: Evaluación de la línea final resumen de hallazgos principales." Mexico City: Population Council.