Comprehensive life skills framework

Rights based and life cycle approach to building skills for empowerment.

Children learn paper cutting during a session at the Child Friendly Space (CFS) in Pamposh colony of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir.
UNICEF/UN0280976/Vishwanathan

Highlights

Investing in the world’s 1.2 billion adolescents aged 10-19 could break entrenched cycles of poverty and inequity. India is home to more than 253 million adolescents. Caste, gender, poverty and location continue to pose barriers for many young people to realize their full potential.

Cover page of Comprehensive life skills framework report.

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UNICEF

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