PI Training for
Adolescent Girls and
CLIENT: THE WORLD BANK
Description of project:
Personal Initiative Training will be tested for adolescent girls and young women who are part of the economic empowerment component of the SWEDD (Sahel Women’s Empowerment and Demographic Dividend) project. For the purpose of the impact evaluation (RCT) 2,000 adolescent girls and young women will be selected. Among these, 1,000 will be randomly assigned to receive the Personal Initiative Training and the other 1,000 will be randomly assigned to not receive any training.
Doorways co-founder Benjamin Scharweit was responsible for the implementation of the project as a member of Leuphana University.