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Research and Knowledge Development
Psychosocial Support (PSS) knowledge is generated through programme research and informs advocacy and programme delivery
  • Conducting qualitative and quantitative research on issues affecting the psychosocial and mental wellbeing of girls and boys, and supporting African practitioners to develop research expertise in these areas
  • Incubating promising practices to promote psychosocial support in identified emerging priority areas, such as sexual and reproductive health; migration; social and child protection; livelihoods and social workforce
  • Fostering learning between partners and across countries to encourage innovation
  • Documenting practice based evidence from partner initiatives
  • Developing and reviewing resources in accordance with rigorous internal standards
  • Sequencing and packaging resources for the social services health and education sectors
  • Translating prioritized resources into Portuguese and Swahili to enable greater access