Baseline Data Collectors Training Ends
“Mek we tok bot mamie en daddy bizness” Project has ended a three-day training on Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health and Sexual and Gender Based Violence Baseline Survey.
Sixteen young people from Limkokwing University and the Project’s operational communities were trained on how to gather information from communities ASRH and SGBV issues in an effort to understand the underlying causes of teenage pregnancy in urban settings.
The survey will start from the 15thAugust to 18th August 2019 in four slum communities; Aberdeen, Connaught, Cockle Bay and Murray Town in the Western Area Urban District, Sierra Leone.
Data collected will help Save the Children and its partners to design appropriate messages for young people on Sexual Reproductive Health.