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Constructive technology assessment of reproductive health education programmes in India

Gorp, Niels van (2007) Constructive technology assessment of reproductive health education programmes in India.

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Abstract:Pratham Gujarat Education Initiative, en NGO in Ahmedabad„ India, started their fust Reproductive Health Programme in January 2008. Pratham is en education-focused NGO that provides education in slums for the poorest In a project with Novib and World Population Foundation, Pratham has started a new project in which education on reproductive and smaal health and righb and HIV/Aids are mainslreamed in their education. A two-day programme is proposed for Bach of the five target groups: adolescent boys 11-14 and 15-19, adolescent gids 11-14 and 15-19 yeara old and women. Pratham would like to get a broed, sociaal view on the effects and impact of their programme. The research was carried out during early development of the programme. A traditional approach to economie evaluation hee cost-effeetiveness analysis did not match the requirements. Therefore a Constructive Technology Assessment (CTA) was carried out. CTA provides the opportunity to investigate the expectations of many stakeholders in an early stage of development. Because the environment and circumstances in which the Reproductive Health Programme is carried out are quite complex, an analysis of relevant atakeholders in the programme is evident. Eventually a categorization was used witere stakeholders ware divided in upward (sponsors), downward (target groups), horizontal (peers) and inward (employees) stakeholders. 20 Stakeholders were identified and mapped.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Clients:
Pratham
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Industrial Engineering and Management MSc (60029)
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