This Mentoring Workbook is designed to be used by Peace Corps Volunteers to foster and maintain a mentoring relationship with youth in their community. Volunteers have been informally mentoring local youth for decades; this resource is intended to help Volunteers structure and guide those relationships toward evidence-based outcomes.

This resource was developed to support Peace Corps Volunteers who are working with schools to improve water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) facilities and programming. It is intended to provide guidance, resources, and ideas to support comprehensive WASH programming that is focused on behavior change and sustainability.

The Gender Considerations Checklist for WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.

The Gender Considerations Checklist for Service Learning is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.

The Gender Considerations Checklist for Mentoring is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.

The Gender Considerations Checklist for Gender-Equitable Schools is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.

The Gender Considerations Checklist for Engaging Men and Boys Around Positive Masculinities is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.

The Gender Considerations Checklist for Clubs is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.

This guidance document is designed for all Peace Corps Volunteers and staff and provides specific guidance around reporting activities under the Gender Equality/Let Girls Learn Cross-Sector Programming Priority (GenEq/LGL CSPP).

This how-to video for Peace Corps staff and Volunteers demonstrates how to report Gender activities under the current 2017 GenEq/LGL CSPP (Gender Equality/Let Girls Learn Cross-Sector Programming Priority).

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