Reducing the social isolation of vulnerable girls and reaching girls living in modern slavery, including girls forced into domestic servitude, girls who are trafficked, and girls living with disabilities.
Increasing understanding of child domestic workers, including their experience of sexual abuse and transitions to sexual exploitation; and engaging partners in designing programs to prevent exploitation and support child domestic workers.
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.
Conducting research to understand the relationship between child marriage and adolescent sexuality; and integrating research with experience gained through program implementation.
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.
Strengthening the evidence on the prevalence, causes, and consequences of trafficking children within Ethiopia, focusing on domestic servitude; and identifying and monitoring effective and transformational interventions to reduce the prevalence of internal domestic servitude and respond to international domestic servitude.
Generating evidence to accelerate evidence-based improvements in family planning and reproductive health policies and programs globally, and providing technical assistance for their application.
Designing methodology and field documents for a program aimed at protecting low-wage migrant workers, particularly in addressing women and girls in Ethiopia entering the domestic service sector.