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The original Stepping Stones programme was held in Uganda in 1994. Over the years, there have been many different adaptations, translations and evaluations of the Manual. This website describes these. We also provide details of individuals who can support you in providing accredited Stepping Stones training.
Below are the Stepping Stones materials. Both programmes are published by Practical Action Publishing.
A wholly revised and updated version of the original, Stepping Stones and Stepping Stones Plus (published 15 June 2016) This is designed for adolescents, aged 15 and upwards through adulthood.
Stepping Stones with Children (published 15 April 2016). This is a new programme designed for children aged 5-8, 9-14 and their caregivers.
HOW MANY MANUALS
If you are considering using either the revised original Stepping Stones and Stepping Stones Plus or the new Stepping Stones with Children materials in your project, please ensure you budget for enough manuals for your facilitators.
We recommend you use four manuals for a team of four facilitators for the original programme; and six manuals for a team of three facilitators and co-facilitators for the new Stepping Stones with Children programme. The manuals are sturdy, long lasting and very modestly priced.
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5 minute film about the original workshop in Uganda.
What had happened in this community 12 years on.
- Stepping Stones with Children Impact Brief
- Our Use of Language
- Stepping Stones turns twenty one!
- Stepping Stones With Children
- A new manual for adolescents & adults
- Structure of Stepping Stones
- Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights
- Scaling-up & Sustainability
- Gender and Power Relations
- Gender-based violence
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