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Reducing school dropout rates in Malawi and Lesotho
‘School in a bag’, buddy systems and catch-up clubs have paved the way for improved learning and reduced dropout in schools in Malawi and Lesotho. These pioneering techniques have been used by researchers to help ensure that disadvantaged children, particularly those affected by HIV/ AIDS, stay in school.
Unpicking power and politics for transformative change: resources
Resources include a filmed record, Storify, workshop report and a series of blogs related to a three-day workshop "Unpicking power and politics for transformative change: Towards accountability for health equity" which took place in July 2017.
Key issues on research with children and young people
This resource highlights research, enabled by ESRC-DFID's Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation, that has directly engaged young people, or looked at factors that have enabled (or inhibited) their ability to influence what happens in their lives.