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.
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.
Building and strengthening networks for girl-centered programming that builds protective health, economic, cognitive, and social assets of the most off-track adolescent girls; implementing tools, conducting workshops, introducing technologies, and documenting experiences.
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.
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.