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Relevance, Implementation and Impact of the Sinovuyo Teen Parenting Programme in South Africa

Heidi Loening-Voysey, Jenny Doubt, Divane Nzima, Yulia Shenderovich, Janina Steinert (), Jasmina Byrne, Lucie Cluver and Office of Research - Innocenti Unicef

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Abstract: This report summarizes research findings on the impact of the Sinovuyo Teen Parenting programme piloted in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, between November 2014 and September 2016. The research consists of a qualitative study on the programme facilitators, conducted in 2014; and a ramdomized control trial with a complementary qualitative study, which was conducted between 2015 and 2016. The quantitative findings, detailed here, sum up responses provided by programme participants one month after programme completion. The participants also provided inputs five to nine months later; those inputs are published separately. Besides highlighting the impact of the parenting programme, the report describes the perceptions and experiences of participants and programme implementers. The report also discusses key policy and service delivery implications that need to be considered in taking the programme to scale in South Africa and beyond.

Keywords: parental guidance; parental responsibility; teenagers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 26
Date: 2018
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