Learning from CEFM End Project Evaluation: Backword Integration and Learning for Future Approaches in Planning of Projects for Young Girls in Tanzania and Bangladesh
The GirlsInspire initiative is a unique and holistic approach to address the awareness and livelihood issues of girls and young women. The initiative adapted a community orientation for its two directions, on is to stop Child, Early and Forced Marriage (CEFM) and the other, Reaching the unreached (RTU). In both the cases GirlsInspire’s core value was to engage the entire community, make livelihood training and education accessible to girls and young women. The strategy was to reach a large number through community engagement. So the awareness programme aimed at four levels:// Paper ID 95
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