Life skills are a key design feature in the World Bank’s Adolescent Girls Initiative, a multi-country program that is helping young women transition to productive employment. This session discusses the practical aspects of implementing life skills programs, featuring experiences from Haiti, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and review how these projects are measuring the acquisition of skills and impacts.
Associate Professor of Child Heath and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health
Youth and Livelihoods Technical Advisor, International Rescue Committee
Facundo P. Cuevas & Aude-Sophie Rodella
Co-TTLs Haiti AGI, LAC Poverty, Gender and Equity
Human Development Sector Leader
Director, Gender and Development Group, World Bank