In Jordan, GAGE in partnership with UNICEF is carrying out mixed-methods research in rural and urban communities, across a sample of 3500 adolescents from refugee and Jordanian communities. GAGE is also targeting the most disadvantaged refugees, married girls and adolescents with disabilities – through working alongside community-based organisations in the Mafraq and Jerash governorates (Gaza camp).
Our research will support policy and programme actors to more effectively reach adolescent girls and boys to advance their wellbeing and better identify what is needed to meet the Sustainable Development Goals, including the commitment to Leave No One Behind.
GAGE completed the collection of its baseline data in early 2019 and we are now hosting validation workshops with key government, policy and programming stakeholders. The GAGE programme would now like to invite your organisation to send a representative to discuss the policy and programming implications of our baseline findings.
Please confirm your attendance via email by writing to email@example.com. We would be grateful if you were to confirm your organisation’s attendance by 23rd September 2019.