The Impact of COVID-19 on Adolescents and Young People in the Southern African Development Community Region
The impact of COVID-19 will have an irreversible effect on progress that has been made if governments, specifically SADC governments, do not redouble efforts and move forward with ever greater commitment for adolescents’ wellbeing. Greater economic investment and infrastructure development in health, education, technology and protection is required now more than ever, as is the involvement of young people in the policy discourse.
This follows an exploratory study undertaken by MIET AFRICA and the Human Science Research Council (HSRC), the report of which launches 1 July 2021.
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Download Impact on young people's health access - a learning brief.
Download Impact on adolescents' access to education - a learning brief.
Download Impact on young people's protection - a learning brief.
Download Impact on young people's participation - a learning brief.
Download FutureLife-Now! Executive Summary French
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