Standardizing metrics for performance monitoring of frontline health worker programs; generating critical evidence that advances community health systems; and engaging existing communities of practice.
Using the best available science, research expertise, and state-of-the-art methodologies to generate evidence for improving HIV prevention, care, and treatment policies and programs around the world.
Conducting implementation science research to examine program effects and strategies for reducing HIV risk among adolescent girls and young women and their partners, and to build assets.
Providing technical assistance for data collection on HIV-related risk and health-utilization behaviors in order to estimate HIV/STI prevalence and strengthen the capacity to collect, manage, analyze, and translate data for programs.
Building an interactive website with accessible analytics about adolescents across multiple sectors and insight on trends, vulnerabilities, and opportunities in order to promote evidence-based decision-making and investments in adolescents.
Leading social and behavioral change research for proven interventions to support developing countries’ health and development outcomes, including demand for modern family planning, maternal and child death prevention, and AIDS and malaria eradication.
Ensuring comprehensive HIV and STI prevention, care, and treatment for high-risk groups by expanding HIV self-testing, communication on COVID-19-related health messages and prevention materials, and HIV treatment for patients while ensuring protection for frontline workers.
Continuing to develop an interactive database of evidence and organizations working in the gender-and-education field to help the global community make informed investments and ensure better education results for girls, boys, and communities.
Establishing and building a global research center that generates, synthesizes, and translates evidence to improve the lives of adolescent girls.
Deepening understanding of the diversity of experiences of child, early, and forced marriage and the effectiveness of interventions to build an evidence base for policies, programs, advocacy, and investments.