UNGEI Case Study Summary: The Role of Girls' Education in Pendekezo Letu’s Interventions in Nairobi

Victoria Johnson, Laura Johnson, Allan Kiwanuka, Boniface Okari Magati, David Walker

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Abstract

This report sets out the findings of research into the longer-term impact of PKL’s holistic programme on the lives of street girls. The findings will ensure that PKL’s programming is informed by the experiences, challenges and successes of street-connected children, and will enable PKL to identify aspects of the programme that can be scaled up to improve impact. The results will also contribute to a better understanding of best practice in working with street-connected girls. The findings will be disseminated at a national and international level in order to inform policy, practice and academic discourse on working with marginalised and street-connected children. Best practice and methodologies will also be shared with ChildHope’s partners, and by the University of Brighton and ODI in academic and practitioner discourses worldwide.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUN Girls Education Initative (UNGEI) New York
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2016

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    Johnson, V., Johnson, L., Kiwanuka, A., Magati, B. O., & Walker, D. (2016). UNGEI Case Study Summary: The Role of Girls' Education in Pendekezo Letu’s Interventions in Nairobi. UN Girls Education Initative (UNGEI) New York.