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The Impact of an Adolescent Girls Employment Program

Franck Adoho,
Shubha Chakravarty,
Dala T. Korkoyah, Jr.,
Mattias Lundberg,
Afia Tasneem
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World Bank Group
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This paper presents findings from the impact evaluation of the Economic Empowerment of Adolescent Girls and Young Women (EPAG) project in Liberia. The EPAG project was launched by the Liberian Ministry of Gender and Development in 2009 with the goal of increasing the employment and income of 2,500 young Liberian women by providing livelihood and life skills training and facilitating their transition to productive work. The analysis in this paper is based on data collected during two rounds of quantitative surveys in 2010 and 2011, the second of which was conducted six months after the classroom-based phase of the training program ended. 

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