UNICEF-Algeria uses the Adolescent Kit as a resource to strengthen adolescent participation and education, particularly for adolescents with disabilities, with partners that include the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Youth and Sports, and Algerian Muslim Scouts. Through UNICEF’s advocacy and capacity-building efforts, the Kit is implemented in formal schools and nonformal education and innovation programmes and youth clubs in four regions of Algeria through initiatives especially addressed to the most vulnerable adolescents in those regions. UNICEF-Algeria is also planning a partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to support adolescents in using the Adolescent Kit activities to plan and lead initiatives to promote environmental sustainability.

UNICEF-Algeria has been a pioneer in utilizing the Adolescent Kit for accessibility for adolescents living with disabilities. With its partners, UNICEF-Algeria has translated the Adolescent Kit into Arabic Braille to implement programmes with blind and visually impaired adolescents, and also uses the Kit guides and activities to support adolescents living with autism in developing social skills and exploring creative expression.

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