Global Early Adolescent Study: Implications of the findings of phase 1 for policies and programmes
Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli, Avni Amin, Marina Plesons
May 28, 2018 – Geneva
Chandra-Mouli V, Amin A, Plesons M. Global Early Adolescent Study: Implications of the findings of phase 1 for policies and programmes. Paper presented at: Training course in adolescent sexual and reproductive health; 2018 May 28; Geneva.
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- Please read the 2018 Nature Human Behaviour on addressing harmful and unequal gender norms in early adolescence. Based on the messages from 2018 Nature Human Behaviour paper, assess the feasibility and acceptability of the proposed strategies.