The CIES Annual Conference is an academic conference attended by researchers, students, practitioners and policy makers interested in comparative and international education. Each CIES conference has a theme that is intended to serve as a broad umbrella under which a wide range of work can be presented, while still yielding the consolidation and advancement of knowledge. This year's theme will be "Re-Mapping Global Education: South-North Dialogue."
Panel Session—Using Evidence-Informed Tools to Amplify Girls’ Voices in Sub-Saharan Africa and Central America
Monday, March 26, 8:00–9:30 am
Hilton Reforma, Suite 1
Miriam Temin, chair
- "Population Council’s girl centered, asset based program tools"
Miriam Temin (Population Council)
- "Enhancing protective assets and education outcomes for adolescents through girl-centered DREAMS programs in Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Swaziland"
Jessica Smolow and Katie Bartels (World Education, Inc.)
- "Population Council’s Abriendo Oportunidades: Testing an asset building theory of change to empower girls to stay in school in Guatemala"
Alejandra Colom and Silvia Ester Tum (Population Council)