(re)solve Project Implementation Roles and Responsibilities in Burkina Faso

DescriptionRoles and Responsibilities
Community-based facilitatorsIndividuals recruited by 2 community-based organizations (1 in Ouagadougou and 1 in Bobo-Dioulasso) and trained by the Burkina Faso team on the project and interventionImplemented the intervention in schools by facilitating the board game, distributing the passports, and answering girls' questions.Collected data on gameplay and reported observations and feedback to Burkina Faso team.
Health facility staffHealth facility providers and reception staff oriented to the project and intervention by the Burkina Faso teamImplemented the solution set in health facilities by displaying posters, wearing name badges, and offering youth-friendly services to schoolgirls with passports.
Collected data on passport use and reported feedback to Burkina Faso team.
Implementation teamBurkina Faso-based program manager, program officer, and 2 part-time site supervisorsLed implementation of the intervention in Burkina Faso and engaged with ministries and relevant stakeholders, including school administrations and health facilities.
Trained CBOs and community-based facilitators and oriented health providers.
Participated in all steps of the ALM cycle and led decision-making for implementation adaptations.
Global project teamU.S.-based project director, program officer, and part-time monitoring, evaluation, and learning advisor from Pathfinder InternationalCollated data, facilitated the ALM, and provided guidance based on the project's mandate and constraints.
Evaluation teamU.S.-based senior social and behavioral scientist/evaluation lead and research and program associate from consortium partnerDesigned evaluation data collection instruments, conducted baseline and endline evaluation, analyzed data, and reported findings.
  • Abbreviation: ALM, adaptive learning meeting.