Life Skill Sessions: Group & Individual Mentoring: Community Engagement: Using Data to Increase Program Effectiveness:
Girls need life skills. That’s why, every month, social mobilizers introduce a new subject through an engaging, activity-oriented class. These topics include:
Our Girls’ Education students regularly participate in group mentoring, where students discuss personal problems and work together to find solutions with their social mobilizer. These sessions not only create safe spaces and build trust among peers, but also help girls exercise their problem-solving skills.
Our social mobilizers regularly meet with parents and community members to discuss the importance of educating their daughters instead of pressuring them to marry early or drop out of school to contribute to the family’s income.
As a data-focused organization, we’re constantly looking for ways to make our programs more effective. Our recently-piloted Life Skills Assessment is surveying how successfully students cultivate life skills as compared to girls who don’t have access to Room to Read’s Girls’ Education Program.
Life Skill Sessions:
Group & Individual Mentoring:
Using Data to Increase Program Effectiveness: