KMET trains research assistants ahead of a SRHR research in Siaya County

Do young people understand the Kenya constitution on provision of Sexual Reproductive Health services (SRHR)?
KMET in partnership with Kenya SRHR Alliance is training Research Assistants for an operational research on awareness of the constitutional provision for safe and post abortion care services among young people between the ages of 15years to 24 years in Siaya County.

The research assistants were selected from youth peer providers who offer information on sexual reproductive health services in various youth friendly centers in the region.The three day workshop is meant to equip the trainees with skills to conduct research about young people’s sexual and reproductive health and right issues and covers topics such as research methodology, interview techniques, conducting focus group discussions, research ethics and data analysis.

By the end of the training the research assistants are expected to demonstrate aptitude in data collection, data analysis and develop ownership of the research project. The five day research will be rolled out from 23 November 2016.