Assessment of Life Skills and Values in East Africa (ALiVE)
The Assessment of life skills and values in East Africa (ALiVE) is an initiative of the Regional Education Learning Initiative (RELI), through the Values and Life Skills Thematic Cluster. In this 3-year initiative, 20 civil society organizations in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda are collaborating to:
1) Develop open-sourced contextualized assessment tools;
2) Generate large-scale evidence through a household-based assessment of adolescents (13-17 years);
3) Inform policy decisions and public awareness to focus on supporting the development of values and life skills; and
4) Develop local assessment capacities and amplify East Africa’s voice on the regional and global platforms. The initiative has prioritized the measurement of four competencies across the three countries: Self-awareness, Problem-solving, Collaboration and Respect.
OPE was conducting Assessment of Life Skills and Values at Kishapu District in Shinyanga Region in collaboration with Milele Zanzibar Foundation and Uwezo Foundation Tanzania mainland.
Mr. Daniel from Uwezo foundation Tanzania conducting training to 40 citizen volunteers in Kishapu District who will conduct field assessment.
Volunteers are doing field test before the actual assessment to some of house hold in Kishapu District to measure the level of self awareness, respect, problem solving and collaboration of adolescents aged 13-17yrs.
volunteer conducting assessment to some of house hold in Kishapu District to measure the level of self awareness, respect, problem solving and collaboration of adolescents aged 13-17yrs.
A set of two boys and two girls are conducting collaboration as a one part of four competencies of ALiVE.
Volunteers are looking happy after receiving their certificates during the completion of assessment of Life Skills and Values to the adolescents aged 13-17 yrs in Kishapu District.