Guides and Tools for Programme Coordinators

The Programme Coordinator's Guide

The Programme Coordinator’s Guide provides guidance and tools for using the resources in the Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation (Adolescent Kit) in programmes and interventions in humanitarian situations. It explains how to get started with the Adolescent Kit, and what steps to take to integrate the Adolescent Circles approach into programmes or interventions for adolescent girls and boys.

Download the Programme Coordinator's Guide here.

 

Foundational Guide

The Foundation Guidance provides an introduction to the key principles and approaches that guide all of the activities, tools and guidance in the Adolescent Kit. It explains why it is important to work with adolescents in humanitarian situations and how to engage with them in ways that can positively change their lives.

The Foundation Guidance outlines how to support adolescents to develop key competencies that can help them to improve their wellbeing, build healthy relationships and learn new skills; and introduces key approaches for engaging adolescent girls and boys. It explains why there is a need to target adolescents separately from younger children, and the particular challenges adolescents may face in humanitarian situations.

Download the Foundational Guide here.

 

Facilitator's Guide

The Facilitators Guidance provides guidance and tools for facilitators using the resources in the Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation (Adolescent Kit) in programmes and interventions in humanitarian situations. It explains how facilitators can use and adapt the resources in the Adolescent Kit to lead activities for adolescents that support their psychosocial wellbeing, learning and positive engagement with the world around them.

Download the Facilitator's Guide here.

 

Training Guidance

This training package was developed for use in a preparatory and training workshop with the objectives to: 

  • Prepare managers and trainers to train facilitators to plan and lead activities with and for adolescents, upholding the principles and standards, and using the best practices and methods, of human rights-based approaches – equity, education, psychosocial support and protection. 
  • Support managers and trainers in developing and implementing plans to utilize the resources in the Adolescent Kit, adapting and addressing their plans to the needs and priorities of adolescents with whom they work, and to their programme goals and objectives. 

Download the Training Guidance here.