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.
|Publisher||UN Girls Education Initative (UNGEI) New York|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2016|
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.