TEGA featured in Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies

Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors - TEGA - are providing valuable insights in refugee settings.
Girl Effect's groundbreaking peer-to-peer mobile research methodology which gives more authentic insights into the lives of young people, has been featured in the most recent methods book of the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies (p.20). 

TEGA's evidence expert, Zoe Dibb, co-authored the article about using TEGA in refugee settings. 

The methods book acts as a reference guide and best practice on conducting research with refugees. The article looks at how TEGA has been deployed to uncover the challenges the challenges of refugees and internally displaced people and also examines the potential role of young people in researching their own surroundings.

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