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Improving Female Recruitment, Participation, & Retention Among Peer Educators in the Geração Biz Program in Mozambique

In response to the under-representation of female peer educators in the Geração Biz Program, an adolescent sexual and reproductive health program in Mozambique, an operational research study was used to test new strategies for improving recruitment, participation, and retention of female peer educators. The study tested an intervention model to increase the involvement and performance of girls in the Geração Biz Program. The study started with the hypothesis that a protocol addressing young women’s needs for comfort and security, skills acquisition, support, and mentoring would improve their recruitment, retention, and effective performance in the program. The implementation plan involves four interrelated phases, using qualitative and quantitative data.

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