The project equips young people with knowledge, skills and platforms to effectively interpret and use data from their local communities in order to mobilise citizens to take action. Building awareness for the issues that are most pertinent to young people and their broader communities, within the framework of Sustainable Development Goal 5: Gender Equality and formal commitments of the Family Planning 2020.
The impact of COVID-19 is yet to unfold fully, and the world in the post COVID era is equally difficult to predict. However, we do know that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of our lives severely at the scale hitherto unseen. The pandemic has wreaked havoc on all countries with hotspots shifting the locations, month to month. To deal with the situations, we prioritised the welfare of all staff and young people, and ensured that COVID guidelines were adhered to. We activated distance mode working and organised support calls regularly. We consulted and listened to young people and conducted webinars with youth in our network. We began Relief Distribution to the rural communities which were worst hit by the pandemic – including single women households, Persons with Disabilities and Migrants through a fundraiser.
The project amplifies the reach of child marriage initiatives led by SRHR Alliance in India by enabling a coalition of NGOs and building their capacity to address the legal, cultural and normative factors that influence child marriages. Building a stronger more inclusive movements by improving quality of data and evidence.
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The STEM curriculum leverages Scratch from MIT media lab, an open source game design and coding platform, and uses this as the primary learning tool. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century. It is available both online and offline.
The overall goal is to successfully implement STEM curriculum: Life, Career and Coding Skills among 3,500 adolescent girls (from among 4,785 enrolled) studying in select Government Girls Senior Secondary Schools (GGSSS) and Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Delhi in the academic year 2018-2019 through regular academic sessions.
An intervention which aims to implement a tested curriculum. This enables young girls to make an effective transition from education to employment, through an ecosystem approach of creating a positive environment. The intervention aims to be both sustainable and replicable by building linkages with the government and industry in Delhi and Jharkhand.
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