Tipping Point Rolling Profile- Mothers - CARE

Tipping Point Rolling Profile- Mothers

The Rolling Profile is a monitoring tool for collecting longitudinal data every 4-6 months to assess changes in participants’ attitudes, perceptions and reported behavior over the course of the intervention. This monitoring tool is a semi-structured interview developed to assess progress towards Tipping Point’s outcomes, with specific focus on relational-level change, i.e. adolescents’ connectedness with their parents and parents’ understanding of the life, concerns and aspirations of their children. The interviews also monitor changes in gendered expectations, based on perceived gender roles.

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