Technical Reports

Advancing Learning Outcomes and Leadership Skills among Children Living in Informal Settlements of Nairobi through Community Participation

Education and Youth Empowerment

This report covers endline findings of the “Advancing learning outcomes and leadership skills among children living in informal settlements through community participation” (ALOT-Change) project. This was a three year (2016-2018) after-school support program implemented by APHRC in partnership with Miss Koch Kenya and U-Tena Youth Organization in Korogocho and Viwandani respectively. The overall goal was to secure the future of boys and girls aged 12-19 years, who live in urban informal settlements by improving their learning outcomes, mentorship in life skills and leadership training.

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Head of Education and Youth Empowerment

Moses W. Ngware

Ngware is Senior Research Scientist, and Head of Education and…

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Associate Research Scientist

Maurice Mutisya

Maurice works with the Education and Youth Empowerment and Maternal…

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Research Scientist

Benta A. Abuya

Benta is an education specialist with training in Demographic Research.…

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Associate Research Scientist

Patricia Kitsao-Wekulo

Patricia obtained a PhD in Psychology from the University of…

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Research Officer

Nelson Muhia

Nelson’s interests are in adolescent education and wellbeing. He is…

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