With on-going mixed-methods longitudinal data collection of adolescents and their caregivers in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Jordan, the Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence (GAGE) longitudinal research programme will undertake virtual survey research to understand young people’s knowledge, beliefs, and behavioural responses in the context of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic in three diverse settings. It will also examine the short- and long-term impacts of COVID-19 on the six GAGE capability areas (education and learning; health, nutrition, and sexual and reproductive health; psychosocial well-being; economic empowerment; voice and agency; and bodily integrity).

Study Type:
Descriptive / Surveillance
Timeline:
March 2020-December 2020
Implemented by IPA:
Yes
Impact Goals:
Improve social-safety net responses; Improve women’s health, safety, and economic empowerment; Keep children safe, healthy, and learning
Data Collection Mode:
CAPI (Computer-assisted personal interviewing); CATI (Computer-assisted telephone interviewing)
Data Collection Instruments:
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Results Status:
No Results Yet