10 to 14 years

The 10 to 14 years age group required by UNICEF Adolescent Health

Karen Austrian - Population Council - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"The Adolescent Girls Empowerment Programme is for the most vulnerable girls ages 10-19 in Zambia….Evidence shows that economic aspects of girls’ lives can act as key barriers in translating health knowledge into health behaviour change.” Karen Austrian

Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Securing the Way to Healthy Adulthood and Leadership for Girls"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the Population Council website, accessed on August 26 2015.

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Iwalola Akin-Jimoh - Executive Director, Ovie Brume Foundation, Vital Voices Fellowship Program, Nigeria - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"What we did was primarily to build the life skills of young people... and we also used sports... to build their self-confidence and self-esteem... We give them capacities in such a way that they can ...build communities and address various community issues, depending on what they identify as parity for the community." Iwalola Akin-Jimoh

Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Securing the Way to Healthy Adulthood and Leadership for Girls"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website, the Vital Voices website, and the OBF website, accessed on August 26 2015, and email from Mrs. Akin-Jimoh to The Communication Initiative on September 27 2015.

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Rema Nanda - Founder and Trustee, JAGRITI Youth, India - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"I founded JAGRITI Youth ...to really dismantle the oppression that children face literally from womb to tomb, as they grow into adulthood." Rema Nanda

Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Securing the Way to Healthy Adulthood and Leadership for Girls"

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John Chua - Associate Professor of Communications at Richmond University, Producer and Editorial Adviser at Wadi - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"We train local people to do local things... to approach local situations..." John Chua

Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Moving up the Agenda: Public and Political"

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Naz Ahmed and Lisa Zimmermann - The City Academy Bristol/Integrate Bristol - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"We started in 2008 with four girls who wanted to talk about this, at that time, extremely taboo issue [FGM], and we've since grown to a group of well over one hundred young people, including many boys." Lisa Zimmerman
 
Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Moving up the Agenda: Public and Political"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the Integrate Bristol website, accessed on August 25 2015.

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Elise Petitpas - Advocacy Officer, Amnesty International - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"The End FGM action campaign led by Amnesty International started in 2009 with one main objective: It was to make sure that stopping female genital mutilation would become a priority for the European Union." Elise Petitpas
 
Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Moving up the Agenda: Public and Political"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the End FGM in the EU website, accessed on August 25 2015.

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Dr. Albino Francisco - Executive Director, National Coalition to Eliminate Child Marriage, Mozambique - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Moving up the Agenda: Public and Political"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the Girls not Brides website, accessed on August 25 2015.

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Magreth Kibasa - Children's Dignity Forum, Tanzania - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Moving up the Agenda: Public and Political"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the CDF website, accessed on August 21 2015.

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Sally Gear - Senior Education Adviser, Department for International Development, UK - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"[The DFID Girls' Education Challenge] is about resources... it's about partnering... but it is also about levering more than just the individual project, so we invested ...in evaluation of the programmes which will track over 70,000 girls in over 37 projects in 17 different countries... so we'd be able to really understand what's preventing these girls completing their education but also what's working and also what's really making a difference in their lives...." Sally Gear

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the Gov.UK website, accessed on August 21 2015.

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Angeline Murimirwa - Regional Executive Director (Southern Africa), Camfed - DFID Girl Summit 2014

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"It is not a coincidence that Malawi, which is one of the countries with one of the highest exclusion rates for girls, also has one of the highest child marriage rates...Education and child marriage do not go hand in hand." Angeline Murimirwa
 
Panel Discussion: Spotlight on Progress "Building Bright Futures for Girls through Education and Economic Opportunities"

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DFID Girl Summit Outcomes website and the Camfed website, both accessed on August 20 2015, and email from Angeline Murimirwa to The Communication Initiative on August 25 and 26 2015.

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