Learning from ASPIRES: Reality-driven Economic Strengthening for OVC & Other Vulnerable Population
Poverty, social isolation, and HIV infection can have far-reaching consequences. In most societies, girls are disproportionately vulnerable; the links between maternal health and child outcomes mean that follow-on effects can be generational.
For six years, ASPIRES has supported programming, research and learning on how to make reality-driven economic strengthening programs for OVC and vulnerable populations.
Join ASPIRES, USAID, FHI 360 and partners to discuss economic strengthening for vulnerable populations, share best practices and network.
At this event, you’ll:
- Explore complex realities through methods such as vulnerability assessments, financial diaries, and mixed methods research.
- Learn how to build strong programs for vulnerable populationsthrough understanding evidence, using it to inform program design and implementation, and creating robust evaluation research that adds to the evidence base.
- See our latest research on economic strengthening to support OVC households and vulnerable adolescents and youth.
- Network with your peers.
Register above to attend! The morning session of this event will be livestreamed.
Questions? Contact [email protected].