Conference Report: State Conference on Keeping Girls in Secondary School: Successes and Challenges

Report of a state level conference held June 2015 to address the issues of retention and quality and equity in girls’ secondary education

Abstract

STRIVE partner Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT) organised a state level conference ‘Keeping Girls in Secondary School: Successes and Challenges’ to address the issues of retention, quality and equity in girls’ secondary education and rally support for KHPT-STRIVE’s Samata project.

This report gives a comprehensive account of the event held on 20-21 June, including recommendations on girls’ education, quotes from many of the presentations, and summaries of discussions.

This work is supported by the Department for International Development’s STRIVE Programme which is led by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

Citation

Faleiro, S.M.; Priya Pillai. Conference Report: State Conference on Keeping Girls in Secondary School: Successes and Challenges. Karnataka Health Promotion Trust, Rajajinagar, Bangalore, India (2015) 35 pp.

Conference Report: State Conference on Keeping Girls in Secondary School: Successes and Challenges

Published 1 January 2015