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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).

This is a guide to make reusable menstrual/sanitary pads. The guide provides step-by-step instructions (with pictures) to create the pads.

Doorways is a set of three manuals designed for teachers, students, and volunteer community counselors. Doorways III, the third manual in the series, was designed to train teachers to help prevent and respond to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) by reinforcing teaching practices and attitudes that promote a safe learning environment for all students.

The purpose of this Manual Section is to set out the policy on proper conduct while working or engaging with children during Peace Corps service or employment.

This presentation provides an overview and basic training on Peace Corps Manual Section 648: Child Protection.

This Let Girls Learn "We Are..." sign can be used for Let Girls Learn projects around the world.

To unlock their potential and unleash the girl effect, programs targeting adolescent girls need to place them at the center of each and every program decision. This guide will help you to find the right content and tools to enhance your program and deliver more for girls.

The Child Protection Code of Conduct outlines the appropriate behavior for both Peace Corps staff and Volunteers when interacting with children in the local communities in which we serve.

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