Social Protection Program

The AGH Social Protection Program focuses on balancing power between genders and social community structures and systems that promote national development. We work to advance adolescent girls rights, and support marginalized and vulnerable populations through the provision of psychosocial support to girl victims of violence and implement a range of interventions geared at preventing transactional sex between young adolescent girls and older men. AGH also implements a social accountability intervention to support out of school adolescent girls and young women to engage in decent work for employability and poverty reduction.  Under this program, the goals are: Firstly; empower girls and young women and shift social and cultural norms toward the preventionofgender based violence, transactional sex, HIV and unintended pregnancies among girls and young women.Secondly; promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, self-employment, and decent work for out of school adolescent girls and young women.

AGH will continue using a Safe Spaces model to access in and out-of-school girls with integrated asset building programming and support adolescent girls own led ideas. Adopt for implementation and publication of the PtG methodology which support implementation of the Tanzania NPA-VAWC. Pool resources with sister organisations for advancing girls rights in Tanzania. Uses Scheme Federation, YSLA, Apprenticeship Skill Placement and Mentorship, Introduction of Safe Shelter and Reintegration for survivors of violence and girls on the move.

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