Goal Activity Guide

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The Goal Activity Guide addresses issues facing adolescent girls all over the world. At the same time, it is flexible enough to adapt to local needs and issues.

The people and organizations that deliver Goal should be involved in the customization of their own version of the activity guide. CBOs are strongly encouraged to make the activity guide their own and choose the pieces that are most relevant to their particular communities. They are also welcome to adapt activities and lessons to suit the girls in their programme.

To maintain the integrity of the programme, it is requested that the basic areas of knowledge from each of the four core sections of the activity guide are covered over the course of Phase 1.

Partners are also encouraged to engage with the participants, CBOs, and the broader community to create their own activities and modules based on the basic principles set out in the Goal Activity Guide. Please share any additions or revisions with Women Win for inclusion in future versions of the toolkit.

The Goal activity guide has been developed in partnership with some of the leading organizations around the world that have experience working closely with adolescent girls on issues of personal and economic empowerment.

The activity guide is made up of four core areas that have been deemed critical life skills for adolescent girls. These are:

  • communication, building self-confidence and valuing what it means to ‘be a girl’

  • general health, reproductive health and hygiene

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  • rights, freedom from violence, and accessing resources and institutions in the community

  • basic financial literacy topics including budgeting, saving and borrowing

The Goal Activity Guide is available in a separate file.

Customization

The Goal Activity Guide addresses issues facing adolescent girls all over the world. At the same time, it is flexible enough to adapt to local needs and issues.

The people and organizations that deliver Goal should be involved in the customization of their own version of the activity guide. CBOs are strongly encouraged to make the activity guide their own and choose the pieces that are most relevant to their particular communities. They are also welcome to adapt activities and lessons to suit the girls in their programme.

To maintain the integrity of the programme, it is requested that the basic areas of knowledge from each of the four core sections of the activity guide are covered over the course of Phase 1.

Partners are also encouraged to engage with the participants, CBOs, and the broader community to create their own activities and modules based on the basic principles set out in the Goal Activity Guide. Please share any additions or revisions with Women Win for inclusion in future versions of the toolkit.