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Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from the Lake Chad Basin report cover
Adolescent Girls in Crisis - 2nd September 2019

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from the Lake Chad Basin

Adolescent girls living through these three long-term crises face particular challenges in different locations. The crisis affecting the Lake Chad Basin is one of the most severe humanitarian emergencies in the world, having displaced more than 2.2 million people, half of whom are children.

Unseen Unsafe Case Studies
Gender Based Violence - 26th July 2019

Unseen, Unsafe: Case Studies

Despite changes to legislation and increased awareness raising programs to reduce violence against children, the day-to-day experiences of most children across the Pacific and Timor-Leste remains largely unchanged. This report, produced in collaboration with Save the Children Australia, ChildFund Australia and World Vision International, reveals the alarming rates of violence across the Pacific and Timor-Leste, and discusses interventions to end it.

Adolescent Girls in Crisis - 18th June 2018

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices of the Rohingya

Adolescent girls living through these three long-term crises face particular challenges in different locations. It is of fundamental importance to the security and well-being of adolescent Rohingya girls that their specific vulnerabilities and needs are addressed, and their voices and experiences inform policy and programmatic interventions.

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from South Sudan
Gender Based Violence - 29th May 2018

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from South Sudan

Conflict in South Sudan has displaced four million people and left girls in particular at risk. This report explores how adolescent girls understand and respond to the unique impact their country’s crisis has upon them. It draws on research conducted with girls and members of their families and communities in South Sudan and Uganda.

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