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My Rights, My Voice Students’ Baraza Project

Building self-esteem, confidence and leadership skills for empowerment of adolescent girls

The My Rights, My Voice (MRMV) Students’ Baraza project was implemented to empower female students to have a voice and space to demand better education services and participate in school decision-making processes. This case study explores the solutions that have enabled the project to promote girls’ education and gender equality and investigates the factors that have contributed to positive change. The results of the case study are also relevant to broader debates on girls’ education and gender equality globally, nationally and locally. The case study was developed using...

The My Rights, My Voice (MRMV) Students’ Baraza project was implemented to empower female students to have a voice and space to demand better education services and participate in school decision-making processes. This case study explores the solutions that have enabled the project to promote girls’ education and gender equality and investigates the factors that have contributed to positive change. The results of the case study are also relevant to broader debates on girls’ education and gender equality globally, nationally and locally. The case study was developed using secondary data from the project’s monitoring and evaluation system and primary data collected through qualitative and participatory research with students and other project stakeholders.

Publication year:
2016
Language: English
Country: Tanzania
Subtheme: Life skills
Content category: Publication
Resource type:
Case study
Format:
PDF, 9p
Source: N/A
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