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Girl Effect ‘army of young researchers’ featured in Fast Company

Girl Effect’s work piloting Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors (TEGA) in Saginaw, Michigan, is featured in Fast Company, a leading progressive business media brand.  Fast Company, a publication with a unique editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, and design has delivered an in-depth article about Girl Effect’s TEGA US project. The feature is based on the …

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Girl Effect launches in Colorado with second TEGA project in US

Girl Effect is partnering with StriveTogether – a national nonprofit working to improve education for children in the US – to launch TEGA in Adams County, Colorado, US. TEGA (Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors) is Girl Effect’s youth-led research methodology, originally developed in Nigeria. The project will see young women from Adams County between the ages …

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TEGA launches pilot in US

Girl Effect’s multi award-winning mobile-based research tool trialled in a developed nation for the first time. Girl Effect is piloting TEGA (Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors) in Saginaw, Michigan, in the United States, to test its authority as a truly global research tool to better understand young people. Originally developed in Northern Nigeria to uncover insights about girls …

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Girl Effect co-releases TEGA Lean Research case study with MIT

Girl Effect is proud to co-release the TEGA (Technology Enabled Girl Ambassador) Lean Research model report with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The report looks at how our TEGA programme effectively demonstrates a human centred field research model, and is the first case study on Lean Research practice to be published by MIT’s D-Lab. MIT …

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7 reasons why mobile innovation is one of our greatest opportunities to lift girls out of poverty

Girl Effect is celebrating the transformative role mobile can play in girls’ lives. The mobile revolution has touched the lives of billions of people the world over. With 3.77 billion people now using the internet, two thirds of which do so via a mobile phone, it represents a significant opportunity to reach vulnerable girls, and …

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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 …

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Award-winning TEGA features in Campaign magazine

Laura Scanlon, TEGA Director, explains how we can better understand girls living in poverty through technology. When it comes to understanding girls and attitudes to girls in hard to reach communities, conventional research methods have limitations. But TEGA (Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors), a girl-operated mobile-enabled research tool that delivers rapid insight into girls’ lives, is changing that. …

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