The study, conducted in a region of Niger with some of the highest rates of maternal mortality, child marriage, and infant mortality, found that the main cause for early marriage was a combined result of poor educational opportunities and a concern for girls' safety.
We provide safe space clubs to girls at risk for early marriage as well as mobilize families and influencers to change norms around girls education and early marriage.
The purpose of this study is to help inform USAID capacity building activities for adolescent girls and their communities. USAID's resilience efforts in Niger aim to respond to the food security needs of people in Maradi and Zinder, two of the most malnourished regions of Niger.
STRIPE is a PEPFAR funded project to capacitate medical and nursing schools to deliver optimal HIV care. A key facet of this involves next generation of health leaders to be better equipped to engage in health diplomacy in their settings
The overall goal of USAID Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) is to strengthen the capacity of global health professionals and organizations, so they can implement stronger programs, achieve better results, and make a bigger impact in the global health field.