This article explores how limited integration of environmental, economic, and social aspects has affected the development of Rohingya refugee adolescents who were forcibly displaced from Myanmar to the Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh.
This report presents the findings of a study undertaken to provide humanitarian practitioners with the first-of-its-kind, youth-centered guidance on how to prevent and respond to child marriage in displacement settings.
The majority of Syrian adolescents are not attending secondary school in Jordan. This policy note highlights the fragility of adolescents’ educational aspirations and underscores the need for more support.
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