The proposed project aims to “Build Capacities of 750 Adolescent Girls and Boys through Life Skills Education so that they are enabled to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of their everyday life”, primarily violence against the mothers. The adolescents, through this project, shall be engaged (in an age-appropriate and a gender-sensitive manner) in aspects of gender equality, health and sanitation, reproductive and sexual health, vocational education and behavioural issues. The project will be implemented directly in the urban Village of Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi. This project shallbeapartofourlargerprogramunderourDelhiChapter,whichaimsat(i)PreventionofGender- basedViolence(GBV)(ii)RehabilitationofAbuseSurvivorsand(iii)Advocacy-focusedapproachwith various stakeholders including women, adolescents, youth, local communities and larger civil society. During the tenure of the project, we aim to ensure different ways of employee engagement through facilitating visits to our center, interactions with our direct stakeholders and participation in our various annual activities. Also, Impact Evaluation of the program will include baseline, concurrent and endline assessment.
Starting in 1988, Save the Children India has been working pan-India with marginalized women and children through its health, anti-trafficking, vocational training and education programs. Starting in2004 in Sarai Kale Khan, our Delhi Chapter has been addressing need-based issues of Education, Women’s Empowerment, Health and Vocational Skills of Women and Girls. We have strengthened community ownership through our intervention, by identifying and promoting peer educators and community vigilance groups, who have been advancing the concerned issues.
Ms Neharika Mahajan
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