Knowledge Matters – Education: Access, quality and wellbeing
This issue of Knowledge Matters captures the experiences and learning from Concern's Education Programmes, focusing on the three outcomes of access, quality and wellbeing.
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This manual aims to address low levels of Moran (male youth in transition to adulthood) participation in development and developmental challenges faced by young people in Kenya.
The Wasichana Wote Wasome (WWW- Let All Girls Learn) project is driving and supporting changes in four dimensions: Girl in the Community, Girl at Home, Girl in School and Girl as a person. Due to the scope of the work and the need to have a wide perspective, the project now wants to catalyze Morans – male youth in transition to adulthood, to actively participate in their community decision making process in support of girls’ education.
This training-of-trainers manual aims to stimulate Morans' reflection on the reality and facilitate identification of solutions in their community to everyday challenges and problems to education.