Pathways to improved adolescent mental health via an economic and gender equality intervention with conflict affected families

Project Status:

Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

Nancy Glass

The study provides a unique opportunity with a proven Congolese partner to examine the combined and synergistic effects of two proven structural interventions; 1) Rabbits for Resilience (RFR), youth-led economic empowerment program; and 2) Indashyikirwa (IK), a couples/parents-based gender equality program on adolescent mental health. Using a clustered randomized controlled trial with three groups (RFR only, IK only, RFR + IK), we examine the combined and synergistic effects of the interventions and the pathways through which RFR and IK improves adolescent mental health.


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