Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls

by Population Council
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Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls
Supporting indigenous mentors to reach more girls

Project Report | Jun 8, 2020
Adaptations in Crisis webinar

By Daniela Bianchi | Program assistant

Webinar Adaptations in Crisis
Webinar Adaptations in Crisis

Dear donor,

We hope that this message finds you well and successfully navigating this “new normal” and staying safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.

In the last report we talked about our key informants on the Covid-19 pandemic; our team obtained information from people living in rural areas to know the best way to support the most vulnerable. We attached a summary of the findings and now we want to share with you a webinar where Ángel del Valle, country director of Population Council (PC) Guatemala, participated. The webinar was titled “Adaptations in Crisis: Stress Testing our Intentional Design Model for Girls’ Programs”, in which a briefly reviewed theory of change of how emergencies are mediated through girls was exposed. Reports from Guatemala, Lebanon, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, and Mozambique highlighted how to positively engage girls, their families, and communities in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Find the webinar in this link: https://vimeo.com/413392357/b94cebf03b

Two other little but important updates:

  1. We are developing a radio adaptation of the AO program.
  2. We are in close contact with mentors to increase their knowledge around the Covid-19 outbreak and how to access the government’s economic relief programs.

If it is possible, we request you to help us with your donation so we can continue and sustain our efforts. We believe now more than ever that girls and mentors need to feel safe and supported. 

Thank you for all that you have done for the Council's work, and we look forward to continuing engaging with you.

Best regards,

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Population Council

Location: New York, NY - USA
Website:
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Angel del Valle
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