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Programme Impact

+1,500
Girls have gone through our programmes to date

To date, Emerge has worked over 1,500 young girls from across Sri Lanka who live or have lived in state-run care.

 

Over the years, we have witnessed our programme participants and alumni achieve amazing things in their life with the confidence, knowledge and tools they have gained by working with Emerge through our trauma-sensitive programming.

 

Upon graduating from our programmes, we have seen young girls start their own businesses, make well-thought out reproductive health decisions,  go after education opportunities, take care of children, support their fellow community members, and even build their own beautiful homes.

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The Emerge programme impact is measured and tracked through a thorough outcome mapping that has been developed and perfected in-house over the past few years, upon operational changed that were adapted post Covid-19. This system ensures that each programme participant is taken through a curriculum that is geared towards enriching their experience with Emerge, and so that they will ultimately graduate our programme with high quality knowledge and tools as well as confidence that will make them unstoppable in their reintegration journey.1

Through the Emerge Under-18 (state-care) Shelter Programme - each programme participant will;
 
1. Have the knowledge and the techniques to manage change in one’s self and one’s environment and be agile to find a new path.
2. A healthy and balanced mindset in order to maintain a wholesome, well-rounded lifestyle.
3. Has the basic skills to reintegrate into the world as a confident and well functioning individual, with the loss or reduction of fear and showing positive methods of coping with stress.
4. Be equipped to respond effectively to end harassment and abuse if existent, within any relationship.
5. Has the basic skills to reintegrate into the world as a confident and well functioning individual, with the loss or reduction of fear and showing positive methods of coping with stress.

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