The GEAS Survey consists of three components:

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Download the Survey in...
English | French (coming soon) | Spanish (coming soon)

To download the measures:

Please follow the link below and complete the form.
A link will be provided to you immediately upon submission, and the information collected will be stored so that we may track dissemination. It will not be used for any other purpose.

 
 
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Parent/Guardian Questionnaire

(Coming soon)

The Parent/Guardian Questionnaire was developed to reduce the burden on early adolescent participants, improve data quality, and engage parents. In its current form, it consists mostly of socio-demographic items, but can be adapted by site to capture attitudes and behaviors relating to gender norms.

 
 
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Health+ Instrument

The Global Early Adolescent Health+ Instrument draws from existing validated scales and items and also includes new bespoke scales created to obtain information intended to illuminate the Study's research questions.The Instrument was tested for face validity among 20 adolescents aged 10-14 in each of 15 poor urban or peri-urban sites around the world, pilot tested among 120 adolescents in 14 sites, and after revising, pilot tested again among 75 adolescents in 6 sites.

 
 

Gender Norms Scales

The Gender Norms Scales Instrument was created using themes identified in narrative interviews with adolescents and parents in urban or peri-urban sites around the world by an international research team for the purpose of measuring gender norms among young adolescents internationally, filling a gap in available tools. In consists of sub-scales on these themes.

The Instrument was tested for face validity among 20 adolescents aged 10-14 in each of 15 poor urban or peri-urban sites around the world, pilot tested among 120 adolescents in 14 sites, and after revising, pilot tested again among 75 adolescents in 6 sites.

 
 
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Vignettes-Based Measure of Gender Equality

The Vignettes-based Measure of Gender Equality draws from stories shared and enacted by young adolescents around the world at intensive workshops. Stories common across sites were aggregated and form the basis of the Measure, which aims to illuminate attitudes about gender equity and equality.

The Measure was tested for face validity among 20 adolescents aged 10-14 in each of 15 poor urban or peri-urban sites around the world, pilot tested among 120 adolescents in 14 sites, and after revising, pilot tested again among 75 adolescents in 6 sites.

 

THE GEAS QUALITATIVE MEASURES INCLUDE:

 
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  • Narrative Interviews

  • Documentation Forms

  • Interview Guides

  • Protocols

  • Training Materials

  • Vignette Workshops

  • Vignettes Protocol

  • Questions and Discussion

 

Spanish and French translations are under preparation.