ECOSAT is a project for adolescent girls and boys/young men and women. The project seeks to improve the lives of marginalized women, girls and boys of targeted project participants in remote communities in the FCT. Tabitha Cumi Foundation (TCF) is the implementing partner for ECOSAT project in the FCT.
The project improved the learning outcomes of participants; strengthened existing/establish boys and girls club, provided financial literacy and life skills training and strategic behavior change communication to gatekeepers across project communities.
The aim of the program is to ensure that participants transit from the status of ‘Non-Learners’ to ‘Established Learners’ or ‘Proficient Learners’ on each of the tasks. Other measures of success include when participants successfully transit from Out of School status to formal schooling and business expansion.
The project target group was out-of-school participants across 7 communities in Kuje and Bwari Area Councils.