Wagon Of Hope Foundation Peer education indicators Peer Education Indicators help us to know what we are doing, where we are coming from and where we are going; peruse through some of them:

NUMBER OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS WITH SUPERVISED JUNIOR PEER EDUCATION

Total number of schools participating in Peer Education programme under the auspices of Wagon Of Hope Foundation with junior peer educators.

NUMBER OF JUNIOR PEER EDUCATORS IN TRAINING

Total number of junior peer educators selected by peers and participating in peer education programme. All peer educators sign an interview form, showing their selection and commitment to be part of the programme.

NUMBER OF BADGED JUNIOR PEER EDUCATORS

Total number of junior peer educators who have completed orientation of year 1 of the peer education programme and have signed a contract that shows their commitment to the junior PE mandate and are now officially recognised as junior peer educators.

NUMBER OF TRAINING SESSIONS

Total number of formal contact sessions of 1hour each delivered by facilitators to peer educators made up of skills training sessions and support sessions

NUMBER OF SCHOOL LINKAGE MEETINGS

Number of joint meetings between headmaster/s and teachers of schools and Wagon Of Hope Foundation facilitators to reflect on and set goals, outcomes and event dates for peer education programme for the year ahead.

NUMBER OF PEER EDUCATOR-PEER STRATEGIC CHATS

Total number of informal contacts made between Peer educators and their peers in which effective communication skills are practiced as information learnt on the PE programme is passed on informally by Peer educator to peer.

NUMBER OF PEER EDUCATOR-LESSON DELIVERY

This is a formally planned, facilitated and reviewed lesson or presentation delivered by Peer educators to a group of younger learners or community peers demonstrating learner centred communication, facilitation and knowledge transference relative to year one peer education

NUMBER OF REFFERALS

Total number of peers referred to a professional service provider, an example is total number of peers visiting a clinic.

NUMBER OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Participation in a community upliftment project the focus of which is relevant to the community and is identified in consultation with PE’s and where peers are given access to participate. (This may include a range of activities and events such as: a march, a demonstration, a PE assembly, a community day, an advocacy forum).

NUMBER OF TALK GROUPS FOR AFFECTED YOUTH

Total number of talk group sessions of 1hr each facilitated by Peer Education facilitator from Wagon Of Hope Foundation, here, peer educators and their peers are given a space to share intimately, are supported and listened to on issues of personal and community concern./p>