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Policy, practice, and measurement of life skills and values in East Africa
ALiVE and INEE are pleased to invite you to join us for a webinar on the factors and community inputs that influence policy, practice and measurements of life skills and values in East Africa. UTC
Do our children have life skills and values? Assessment of Life skills and Values in East Africa (ALiVE): Tanzania Mainland Report
The ALiVE assessment was conducted in 34 districts of Tanzania mainland, in July 2022. A total of 14,645 adolescents aged 13-17 years were assessed from 11,802 households.
Do our children have life skills and values? Assessment of Life skills and Values in East Africa (ALiVE): Uganda Report
This study targeted a total of 11,074 adolescents aged 13-17 years, from 7,815 households across 400 enumeration areas in 20 districts, was conducted by 734 volunteers, 66 teacher trainees, 20 district coordinators, and 40 village coordinators, with support from the local leaders.
Do our children have life skills and values? Assessment of Life skills and Values in East Africa (ALiVE): Kenya Report
This report is a product of collaborative work among more than 2000 people across Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. A contextualized tool developed via a learning-through-doing approach by 47 people, advisory teams of more than 25 local experts, more than 100 trainers, and close to 800 assessors.
The ALiVE Way: Contextualizing the Measurement of Life Skills and Values in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda
There are four main steps in the ALiVE contextualization approach: 1) Prioritizing the competencies in context; 2) Understanding the skills in context; 3) Developing tools in context; and 4) Defining the assessment process in context.