Throughout the training, students pass through the three stages of BCP: (1) know and accept the current behavior, (2) choose and commit to a new behavior, and (3) act. In the end, questions are formulated using solution focused approach (SFA) to act on the desired changes in behavior. The process enables the students to have a positive attitude in dealing with life issues, and it also facilitates future goal planning and how to achieve those goals. A case study from the young mothers who helped facilitate is also used to give the students a reality and clear understanding of teen pregnancy and its consequences. Other participatory methods used during the training include creative drawing.
Ultimately, BCP trainings in schools, combined with the methodology of SFA, is a proven mechanism for reducing the rate of school dropout due to pregnancy. For specific numbers on the achievements of the project, visit the EBLI page on Impact.