Girl Effect’s Laura Scanlon writes a feature on the impact TEGA has had in Nigeria.

TEGA, a research innovation by Girl Effect is still in its early stages, but it marks a new way of approaching development challenges – using technology to empower girls living in poverty in order to create safer, faster, more scalable and authentic research.

Speaking to Impact Magazine she said: “For the first time, we can draw a full picture of a girl’s life in Nigeria and these insights have helped shape programmes by some of the world’s largest international NGOs. Before TEGA, using traditional methodologies, it was believed a young girl in Northern Nigeria to be obedient, shy and compliant. TEGA research has revealed she is confident, smart, and even a little bit rebellious and mischievous.”

Read the full article, which originally appeared in Impact Magazine.