Youth On The Move Baseline Survey Report

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This baseline survey was conducted as a basis of comparison for future mid-line and end-line survey results, as part of the Youth on the Move project monitoring and evaluation plan. The surveys are intended to explore the extent to which the project achieves our expected long-term impact: Improved learning outcomes, life skills, knowledge about safe migration, school engagement, and perceptions of school relevance among students at target schools in migration-prone areas.

Twenty-four lower primary school students from Prey Veng province were interviewed before the beginning of project activities in their schools. The baseline survey assessed the likelihood of students to drop out of school and migrate, as well as their perceptions of the quality and relevance of the education provided by their schools, their own level of engagement and voice in school affairs, and knowledge about safe migration.

Youth on the Move is World Education’s regional initiative aiming to reduce the vulnerability of youth who are potential migrants as well as migrant youth to trafficking, exploitation, and abuse through improved learning outcomes, life skills, and knowledge about safe migration. World Education, 2016.

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