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

Human Development

  • January 2020
  • Technical Reports

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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Moses W. Ngware

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

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Benta A. Abuya

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

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Nelson Muhia

Nelson Muhia is a Research Officer in the Education and…

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