Whether starting a new program, expanding the scope or scale of an existing program, or focusing on the specific needs of adolescent girls in a coed program, these tools provide guidance on the A-Z of program design for adolescent girls.
EMpower - The Emerging Markets Foundation, 2018
EMpower’s Adolescent Girls Learning Communities are vibrant groups, comprised of local grantee partner organizations, mentors and girls, which nurture and empower girls as leaders. The brochure Empowering Her Voice: Adolescent Girls Learning Communities describes the concept, formation, growth and impact of EMpower’s two Adolescent Girls Learning Communities in India, as well as guidelines for working with adolescent girls.
EMpower - The Emerging Markets Foundation, 2015
The purpose of The Girl Path is to identify obstacles that prevent girls from fully participating in youth programs, and then to brainstorm ways that programs can remove, reduce, or otherwise address those barriers.
The Girl Path is currently available in English and Spanish, with imagery options of girls from E/SE Asia, India, Latin America, Europe and Africa.
The Girl Path brochure contains instructions to implement this tool, and the Girl Path Icons are able to be cut out for use.
EMpower - The Emerging Markets Foundation
Girls need spaces in their community to share challenges and potential solutions, to get support and to dream. Create spaces just for girls with this easy infographic! Read on for inspiration…
The World Bank’s Adolescent Girls Initiative, 2013
This is a short handout (4 pages) with key lessons learned from different programs working with adolescent girls in developing countries. Part of The World Bank: Adolescent Girl Initiative website.
Population Council, 2010
This toolkit is meant for anyone interested in designing or running a program specifically for adolescent girls.