Light enough for all
Adolescents in Bentiu show how easy it is to carry the Adolescent Kit.
Entering POC Camp #1
Introducing the kit features to adolescents
In this picture, one of the carrying cases for the supplies converts into a portable whiteboard.
Testing out the tablet
An adolescent artist tests out the whiteboard feature of the facilitator's tablet.
POC Camp #1
The co-design team poses for a picture. :)
The first outdoor test of the kit
Facilitators get their first look at the adolescent kit.
Lightweight and portable by design
Facilitators test out the portability of the kit.
Exploring what's in the kit
Testing the kit outside a church
With the help of [insert partner] we were able to test the kit in an outdoor (uncovered) environment.
Testing the kit outdoors with [partner name]
Over 30 adolescents (plus some children and adults) attended this session.
A session in a non-traditional setting.
Adolescent Circles within a school setting
AET facilitator runs a dynamic session using the prototype technical guidance.
Adolescents engaged in an AET led session.
POC #1 - Wet and muddy conditions
The kit was designed for wet and muddy conditions. The coroplast pods and carriers are easily cleaned.
Built for a low-resource environment
For use in traditional learning environments
POC Camp #3
An InterSOS facilitator engages adolescents in this POC Camp classroom.
POC Camp #3
Adolescents happily engaged in a session from Adolescent Circles.
Facilitator training in Juba
Facilitators representing a number of partners gathered in Juba for a training around the Adolescent Kit.
Assembling kits for distribution
Version 1.0 kits being packed for distribution throughout South Sudan.
Adolescent Circles Beyond the Classroom
Facilitators often run sessions anywhere they can. In many cases outside of traditional structures. The kit was designed to enhance the teaching/learning experience in these settings.
Group work in the outdoors
Facilitators and adolescents work together outdoors in Bentiu. Interesting note: Adolescents use the kit carrier as a work table (top left). Source: UNICEF South Sudan.
Adapting the kit for their own purposes
An adolescent in the POC* in Rubkona uses one of the supply pods as a writing surface. Note: Please share with us how you use the kit! *Person Of Concern
Adolescents as Artists
Adolescents show off their artwork during a session in a POC camp in Rubkona.
Adolescent artwork created during an Adolescent Circles session.
Opening up the kit and preparing to run a session
Distributing kit supplies
Pods help facilitators organize sessions
Our research in the field led us to an understanding that facilitators needed an organizational system to quickly set-up and manage their work with adolescents.