The Population Council’s Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program (AGEP) in Zambia is designed to find the best way to improve girls’ social, health, and economic resources so that they can stay in school longer, delay sexual activity, and avoid early marriage, unintended pregnancy, and HIV and other STIs.
The AGEP Briefs document baseline data on a variety of indicators, preliminary evidence of program impact, and research methodology.
- Education, numeracy, and literacy: Baseline findings
- Sexual and gender-based violence: Baseline findings
- Sexual behaviors and biomarkers: Baseline findings
- Use of health services: Baseline findings
- Is AGEP building assets for vulnerable girls in Zambia? Preliminary research findings
- Methodology: Reaching the most vulnerable adolescent girls