Evaluation of Girl Effect Platform
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
Service: Monitoring & Evaluation
Girls in the age group of 17-19 years lack information and agency on aspects of sexual and reproductive health and in informing their livelihood options. The lack of information and agency makes them vulnerable. The focus of the Girl Effect is the girls and “everything starts with her.” It is proposed to provide them information on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), integrated with information to equip and make decisions on their future. It is proposed to use a digital platform “Chhaa-Jha” to provide information on SRH, sex, contraception; generate demand for SRH services; and provide links to services. For this intervention in Jaipur, we are undertaking a baseline, midline, and evaluation to assess the increase in knowledge on SRH; increase in the intention to utilise services; and utilisation of services for addressing SRH needs.
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Client : ODA Research Seed Fund, University of Liverpool (UoL), and TATA Trusts
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Client : Deaf Child Worldwide
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Client : Abt Associates
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Client : Triggerise India Pvt. Ltd.
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Client : TATA Institute of Social Sciences supported by United Nations Population Fund