Supported by the RYTHM Foundation, ASA recently implemented an Inclusive Sports-based Women Empowerment, Life Skills & Community Capacity Building Training of Trainer (ToT) Master Training program for 30 local female inclusive school teachers from Subang, West Java, Indonesia.
The intensive 3 day ToT seminar empowered the female trainer stakeholders on ASA’s Inclusive Sports-based Women Empowerment, Life Skills & Community Capacity Building education methodologies which strongly focuses on adapting inclusive sports activities to diverse capacities together with promoting dialogue and fostering reflection. ASA is now conducting all on-site Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) visits for the 30 female trainer stakeholders across Subang, West Java.
Furthermore, the female trainer stakeholders have created a WhatsApp Reporting Forum together with a Facebook page which will be used to upload reporting data and programming footage over the course of the 12 month pilot project.
The trainer stakeholders are now back in their schools and communities so stay tuned for further updates surrounding ASA’s M&E visits over the next 12 months! A massive thank you to RYTHM Foundation for all their help and support!