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ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATION (ADAP) BASELINE STUDY
Abstract:
Nepal’s Adolescent Development and Participation (ADAP) program aims to ensure the systematic, ethical, meaningful, and regular participation of adolescents in the program and to focus on vulnerable and disadvantaged groups using a holistic approach. The program aims to empower adolescents, especially girls, to initiate and sustain activities and interventions that create positive transformation in their families, communities, and society and realization of their rights. Three key strategies include: (1) ensuring active and meaningful participation of adolescents, especially girls and the younger age group (10-14 years); (2) ensuring that core interventions address age, sex, and situational diversity among adolescents, specifically those who are most at risk and especially vulnerable to HIV and different forms of violence; and (3) generating and sharing evidence, including participatory behavioural monitoring and district-level bottleneck analysis. children#empowerment#violence#education#system#2014
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
GIRLS, BOYS, ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL INTEGRATION, SOCIAL INTERACTION, COMPULSORY EDUCATION, GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, BASIC EDUCATION, CONTINUING EDUCATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.03.00 - Educational Systems
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ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATION (ADAP) BASELINE STUDY
Abstract:
Nepal’s Adolescent Development and Participation (ADAP) program aims to ensure the systematic, ethical, meaningful, and regular participation of adolescents in the program and to focus on vulnerable and disadvantaged groups using a holistic approach. The program aims to empower adolescents, especially girls, to initiate and sustain activities and interventions that create positive transformation in their families, communities, and society and realization of their rights. Three key strategies include: (1) ensuring active and meaningful participation of adolescents, especially girls and the younger age group (10-14 years); (2) ensuring that core interventions address age, sex, and situational diversity among adolescents, specifically those who are most at risk and especially vulnerable to HIV and different forms of violence; and (3) generating and sharing evidence, including participatory behavioural monitoring and district-level bottleneck analysis.
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
GIRLS, BOYS, ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL INTEGRATION, SOCIAL INTERACTION, COMPULSORY EDUCATION, GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, BASIC EDUCATION, CONTINUING EDUCATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.03.00 - Educational Systems
PDF | File Size: 2.46 MB   Download
Feeder: SADIKSHYARAUT, Editor: , Auditor:
...