This study demonstrates the negative impacts of child marriage and their associated economic costs. The report suggest that investing to end child marriage is not only the right thing to do, but also makes sense economically.
Limited existing literature on boys and young men point to a dearth of evidence on the specific vulnerabilities of boys in schools. This regional research study was commissioned by SDC, to better understand the key issues and identify recommendations for future school-based programming.
One of the key challenges to eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV is the retention of mothers and infants in care through the end of breastfeeding. This UNICEF review examines the bottlenecks to retention in care of mother-infant pairs and makes recommendations based on evidence-based practices.
This brief by UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti, summarizes the impacts of two government-run large-scale unconditional cash transfers on outcomes of early marriage and pregnancy among youth in Malawi and Zambia after approximately three years.
This report summarizes research findings on the impact of the Sinovuyo Teen Parenting programme piloted in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, between November 2014 and September 2016.
Early and unintended pregnancy (EUP) is a global public health concern and extremely prevalent in sub-Saharan Africa. This document reports on a situational analysis that was conducted by Research and Training for Health and Development (RTHD) consultants from September to December 2017