Listening to smaller voices: using an innovative participatory tool for children affected by HIV and AIDS to assess a life skills programme

This paper details the evaluation of a Life Skills programme implemented by Family Health International (FHI 360), India. The evaluator and author, Sonal Zaveri, describes the evaluation process used to determine how the programme had changed (or not) the lives of children who were infected, orphaned, affected or vulnerable to HIV.

The paper was reviewed by Kate McKegg and Irene Guijt.

Source

Zaveri, S. (2013) Listening to smaller voices: Using an innovative participatory tool for children affected by HIV and AIDS to assess a life skills programme. BetterEvaluation, Melbourne, Victoria

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