Employment

Employment and public works enable youth the ability to build a better future for themselves and their communities. The Accelerate Hub endeavours to find out how Africa’s adolescents can contribute to more prosperous and stable societies through education, training opportunities, and decent work.

Impact of social protection programmes in Zambia

A cross-sectional study in four districts in Zambia, with data collection in 2019 from the evaluation of the United Nations Partnership on the Rights of ...

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Child and community care

This study tracks the development of children and families affected by HIV attending established community based organisations (CBOs) across South Africa, Malawi, and Zambia. Team: ...

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Scaling-up interventions for impact

This research project is led by researchers from the University of Oxford in collaboration with NGOs in Africa that work with adolescents. The central part ...

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Young Carers

Previous research has reported that orphaned children are more likely to have mental health problems and educational deficits, and are more likely to contract HIV ...

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Mzantsi Wakho

Mzantsi Wakho is a longitudinal mixed-method study with a cohort of 1,059 HIV-positive adolescents. This research project is intended to promote ART adherence and SRH ...

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HEY BABY

Hey Baby is a longitudinal mixed-methods cohort study of 800 adolescent parents and their children. This study aims to assess pathways to resilience among adolescent ...

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Overcoming barriers to youth employment

The SUPER study is led by researchers from the Universities of Cape Town, Glasgow, Oxford, and Stellenbosch together with international agencies and implementing partners. The ...

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