ASOWWIP conducted a 3-day training for a total of Over 30 enumerators.

13th Nov 2023

Under the collaborative arm of eBASE Africa within the context of the Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) intervention and in line with the objective of improving school attendance rates, retention rate, and educational attainment for adolescent girls aged 10-20 years, ASOWWIP conducted a 3-days training for a total of 40 enumerators 20 in the North West and 20 in the South West regions of Cameroon.

As part of the evaluation component, these *enumerators* are meant to collect quantitative and qualitative data from 20 randomly selected schools in the North west and South West Regions respectively during the entire life of the project. This component of the project evaluates the delivery of the MHM intervention in schools provided by UN-WOMEN implementing partners on the ground consisting of the provision of dignity kits to adolescent girls, renovation of safe spaces, and creation of MHM clubs amongst others.

This actually falls in line with ASOWWIP's mission and vision of meeting the educational needs of minority groups and adolescent girls.

The training in the *two regions* registered a huge success with significant improvement between post and pre-test scores. At the end of the training, the enumerators were well-equipped to embark on fieldwork.