Economic empowerment and innovative financial inclusion models for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children in sub-Saharan Africa
Health threats—HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), hepatitis C, substance abuse, malnutrition, mental health—affecting the quality of life for people in Central Asia and surrounding regions
Interventions for grandmother caregivers and co-resident young adolescents who have been orphaned by the spread of HIV/AIDS in Botswana
A cross-cultural comparison of HIV prevention service providers in New York City versus Madrid, Spain
The development of high-quality, cost-effective, scalable programs of primary education in rural India; evidence-based programs that promote the healthy growth and development of children who are victims of child maltreatment and youth who are in conflict with the law in Jordan
Also in Jordan, building a model for social work education
The unique contributions of community health workers in Brazil’s National Family Health Strategy
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