This curriculum was designed and tested to meet the needs of HP+ Malawi’s work on addressing child, early, and forced marriage. A key focus of this work was engaging traditional and religious leaders in Chikwawa and Machinga in order to help them leverage their spheres of influence to both change social norms and generate action for local implementation of laws and policies that combat child marriage. The training guide is organized into 12 modules to be given over the course of four days. It covers the following six components that were necessary to see the expected results in child, early, and forced marriage: information, leadership, advocacy messages, intergenerational dialogue, action planning, and mentoring.
Mangino, K. 2021. Effective Community Champions: Helping Traditional and Religious Leaders Fight Child, Early, and Forced Marriage. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00X-VF9
English PDF 1793.0 kbOctober 2021
Mangino, K. 2021. Akatswiri a m’dera Odziwa Ntchito yawo Kuthandiza Atsogoleri a Mdera komanso Achipembedzo Kulimbana ndi Maukwati a Ana Achichepere komanso Okakamizidwa. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-58V
Chichewa PDF 1747.3 kbDecember 2021
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