DREAMS aims to empower AGYW through youth-friendly reproductive health care, social asset building, school- and community-based HIV and violence prevention programs, different HIV testing and treatment interventions and family social protection programs.
As part of evaluating DREAMS implementation, participatory-action learning was used to elicit program participants’ reactions to experiences of empowerment and to uncover tacit knowledge through group interaction around collective problem solving. PAR also involved group discussions around vignettes using fictitious characters. The workshops were then followed up with individual interviews.
Design, implementation and evaluation
Adoption and scale