Pooja Singh

July 27, 2021

AGIP’s Generation Equality Commitments


AGIP is proud to work in partnership to achieve our commitment to amplify and support adolescent girls’ leadership in the ongoing Generation Equality process.

The Adolescent Girls Investment Plan (AGIP) is a global, intergenerational coalition working to affect change for adolescent girls by closing the persistent gap between resources, evidence, and commitments for adolescent girls.

Building on the recommendations in the Young Feminist Manifesto, AGIP will amplify and support adolescent girls’ leadership and the community-driven organizations central to their participation in the GEF process and ACs, support the Adolescent Girls Advisory Body and Youth Task Force to ensure that these spaces are girl and adolescent friendly and gender-inclusive, build the capacity of adolescent girls to develop and use evidence and best practice to inform their advocacy and support adolescent girls so they are centered in GEF accountability mechanisms and have meaningful engagement and co-leadership. Where gaps exist in processes, AGIP will create, resource, and advocate for meaningful participation, leadership, and decision making.

This is a collective AGIP commitment from Women Deliver, Plan International, Girls Not Brides, Amplify Girls, GAGE, She Decides, Malala Fund, and ICRW.

May 4, 2021

Safeguarding Adolescents to Participate Meaningfully and Safely in Virtual and Digital Events


The Adolescent Girls Investment Plan (AGIP) developed this resource to support organisations and partners to support the participation of adolescents in virtual events and workshops. We are keen to make sure that adolescents participation in these virtual space is not only useful and fun, but also safe! 

The above visual illustrates AGIP’s safeguarding process and approach, see full infograph here

AGIP’s Safeguarding Package includes:

a.            AGIP Safeguarding Kit for adolescent and young leaders that outlines the code of conduct, tips on networking safely online and, reporting mechanisms and focal points from Plan International and Girls Not Brides as the lead agencies on safeguarding.

b.        Template for Consent Form to be used by AGIP members and partners when hosting online engagements with adolescents and youth. Including guidance to use electronic tools to collect signatures.

c.         Event Risk Assessment  Tool to map all potential and possible risks rated against likelihood and impact to help plan for the needed safeguarding measures to put in place for online events, calls and workshops with adolescent girls and youth participation.

If you wish to use these tools and/or adapt them to your own use and the specific events and engagements you are planning with adolescents, please do so while providing credit to the Adolescent Girls Investment Plan (AGIP) and its partners.

For more information on this safeguarding kit and/or questions on its adaptation to your use, please reach out to:

April 19, 2021

‘Some got married, others don’t want to attend school as they are involved in income-generation’: adolescent experiences following covid-19 lockdowns in low- and middle-income countries

AGIP Joint Publications, Publications

Adolescent girl in Jordan © Nathalie Bertrams / GAGE

Adolescent girl in Jordan © Nathalie Bertrams / GAGE

Research conducted by the Gender and Adolescents Global Evidence (GAGE) on behalf of the Adolescent Girls Investment Plan (AGIP) coalition to capture the medium term effects of COVID-19 on adolescents in four countries.

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March 26, 2021

Strategic Adolescent and Youth advocacy in Generation Equality

Publications, Resources

Photographer Nathalie Bertrams ©GAGE

Photographer Nathalie Bertrams ©GAGE

As part of AGIP’s advocacy strategy within Generation Equality, we have organised a number of virtual engagements, dialogues and meetings with girl and youth-led organisations, adolescent girls, youth networks and groups to craft strategic messages on adolescents girls priorities within each of the 6 Action Coalitions of GE.

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