We hold community open forums, form committees, and meet with various stakeholder groups to plan, implement, and evaluate projects. We also set up and train Community Audit Groups (CAGs) that act as liaisons between ASAP and the wider community, advocate for the community and schools, and ensure school facility and programmatic quality control and long-term sustainability.
We actively work with community groups to break down harmful social and gender norms, and make sure that everyone (including men and boys) understands the lasting value of education, particularly for girls.
Increased community ownership and participation
Increased community investment in education & girls
Improved facility and programmatic sustainability
Improved gender and social norms