GAGE will generate research-based evidence by engaging with multiple stakeholders, including adolescent girls and boys themselves, their parents, community role models, programme implementers, service providers, and key informants from local governments. Our blog aims to capture the diversity of these actors’ perspectives and voices and will showcase different viewpoints on adolescence, gender and development. We hope, by actively involving adolescents, to empower them to create change in their own lives—as well as their families and communities—and by bringing in a range of adult views, to better highlight how challenges and opportunities are shifting over time.
GAGE Consortium INGOs deliver a joint oral statement before the 62nd Commission on the Status of Women
On Wednesday 21st of March, a Joint Statement on the importance of strengthening policy, programming and evidence to enhance adolescent girls’ capabilities, was presented on behalf of the GAGE cons
International Women’s Day (IWD) has been taking place, across the world, for over 100 years.
GAGE was recently invited to participate in the 2018 United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum,
Changing circumcision practices are positive, but there is a long way to go to achieve eradication…
What does the future hold for adolescent health? In October 2017, more than 1,100 people from over 60 countries met in New Delhi, India, to discuss this question.
Dr Laura Camfield, Professor of Development and Research and Evaluation at the University of East Anglia (UEA), tells us about her plans for the Responsive Research and Evaluation Fund Aw
Marie Francoise Umutoni, from FATE Consulting Rwanda, has been awarded GAGE funding to conduct research with adolescents in refugee camps.
GAGE researchers in Gaza have been mapping the services available to adolescents by making use of open source online mapping software.
Kifah Bani Odeh has worked as a qualitative researcher in the Middle East with the GAGE programme since its inception in 2016.