TEGA is featured in TAAP as 'The New Face of Data Collectors'

The program is commended for its pioneering, innovative approach to inclusive design.

The 'TAAP Tuesday Newsletter', a bi-weekly newsletter from World Learning's TAAP toolkit, has named TEGA as The New Face of Data Collection.

The article showcases TEGA's peer-to-peer approach and lean research methods, and describes the benefits of participation to the girl ambassadors. 

Laura Scanlon, Director of TEGA is quoted as saying, "Through TEGA, we strive to create inclusion for one of world’s most excluded demographics: adolescent girls living in poverty. We do this by placing girls' needs at the heart of all of our design decisions."

The 'Transforming Access, Agency, and Power (TAAP) Through Inclusive Design Toolkit' is practical resource for development practitioners to integrate attention to inclusion into development programming.

Read more here.