The following section, Webinars, offers you access to past Population Council webinars that support the design and implementation of effective girls’ programs. The following webinars are intended to be instructive and cover a wide array of subjects.
This webinar explores how understanding fully understanding the context and content of the risk factors you are seeking to address will ensure the smart design of girl-centered programming.
This webinar considers, using Kenya and Guatemala examples, how strengthening critical social capital among girls through mentorship can contribute to reducing girls’ health and socioeconomic risks.
This webinar examines, using a case study from Sierra Leone, the concept of transaction in sexual relationships and what implications it might have in programming for adolescent girls and young women.
This presentation highlights evidence on what works to delay the age of child marriage in sub-Saharan Africa and recommendations for key stakeholders.
This presentation covers experiences from Sierra Leone and Tanzania using new tools to collect data in a participatory manner with off-track girls.
This webinar, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, explores how girls must not only be protected during emergencies but also validated in their vital role in health promotion as emergencies unfold.
This webinar explores how a thoughtful use of filtered subnational data sets can help us thoughtfully interrogate and prioritize the geographies in which we work.
El webinario está dirigido a organizaciones, colectivos y personas que trabajen directamente con niñas y adolescentes en Centro América y El Caribe, que tengan el interés de implementar programas basados en evidencia para decidir dónde y con cuáles niñas y adolescentes trabajar.
This learning exchange features partners of the Community of Practice, who discuss the mental health challenges the girls they work with are facing and share their experiences and insights on strategies to support girls’ mental health. For a summary of these insights, please download our follow-up brief.