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Promoting gender equality in Ghana through girls' clubs and role model outreach

In response to disproportionate school drop-out rates among adolescent girls, the Adaklu-Anyigbe District Education Office (ADEO) developed two interventions, Girls’ Club (GC) and Role Model Outreach (RMO), to respond to the factors identified as causing high dropout levels, particularly among girls. This case study seeks to evaluate the impacts of these interventions on junior high school learners. The methodology employed for this case study included both qualitative and quantitative data collection.

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