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About the playlistWhen all modules of this learning path are taken together, you will learn the basic elements of gender-transformative approaches and how to apply the socio-ecological model when designing a programme. You will also learn how to apply these a gender transformative approach to implement tailored programming for adolescent girls, including the most vulnerable girls. With this foundation, the learning path then focuses on the application of this foundational learning to programming designed to end child marriage and female genital mutilation.
- Demonstrate how and why gender transformative approaches are key to building lasting, positive development outcomes based in equality.
- Communicate why is important to apply gender-transformative approaches to programming for adolescent girls.
- Develop and apply practical gender-transformative strategies to end child marriage.
- Develop and apply practical gender-transformative strategies to eliminate Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
UN personnel, government entities and non-governmental organizations
This playlist is composed of four courses. The courses range from 30 to 45 minutes in length for a total of about 2.5 hours of learning.
Courses are presented as a set of 'micro-learning' modules. Modules feature a mix of interactive lessons and learning activities, readings, videos, resources and more. Each course includes a final quiz. Score 80 per cent on the final quiz to pass this course.
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Course 1: Foundations of Gender-Transformative Approaches*
Course 2: Gender-Transformative Approaches to Adolescent Girls Programming *
Course 3: Gender-Transformative Approaches to End Child Marriage
Course 4: Gender-Transformative Approaches to Eliminate Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
* Course one and course two are pre-requisites to courses three and four as depicted below.
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