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GAGE Ethiopia: overview

05.06.20 | Ethiopia

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GAGE consortium

GAGE is partnering with Pathfinder and Care Ethiopia to evaluate the effects of the project called Act With Her (AWH), which is funded by the Melinda and GATEs Foundation, using a control Trial Method to understand adolescent and youth programming on the well-being and empowerment of vulnerable adolescent girls and boys.

GAGE research involves the most vulnerable adolescents, including Internally Displaced people (IDPs), vulnerable girls and boys, adolescents with disabilities, those out of school, as well as married girls and adolescent mothers.

We work in three zones in three regions in Ethiopia: East Hararghe in Oromia region, South Gondar in Amhara region and zone five in Afar region; as well as in urban locations including Dire Dawa City Administration, Debre Tabor, and Batu.

Suggested citation

GAGE consortium. (2020) GAGE overview: Ethiopia. London: Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence

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