Read the latest GAGE research publications.
Adolescent perspectives on services and programmes in conflict affected contexts: A participatory research toolkit
In the Middle East, GAGE is undertaking participatory research with adolescents, their caregivers, service providers and other relevant actors to learn more about the availability, relevance, effec
Puberty and menstruation are a fundamental part of adolescent girls’ lives, yet many girls in low- and middle-income countries know very little about the resulting physical and emotional changes.
This rapid evidence review explores the vulnerabilities of adolescent girls and young women who are increasingly flocking to cities and urban centres for employment.
This research brief summarises the findings from GAGE’s formative qualitative work with adolescent girls and boys in three diverse Ethiopian settings.
Despite progress, more than 16 million adolescent girls become mothers each year, nearly all of whom live in developing countries and are married at a young age.
Informed by the emerging evidence base on adolescent wellbeing and development, GAGE’s conceptual framework focuses on the interconnectedness and dynamism of what we call ‘the 3 Cs’:
This rigorous review synthesises studies on the empowerment impacts of girls’ clubs and life skills programmes with a gender equality focus.
Young adolescents and digital media: Uses, risks and opportunities in low-and middle-income countries
This rapid evidence review explores adolescent girls’ access to and use of digital media, especially mobile phones and the internet, in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).