The International Center for Child Health and Development (ICHAD)’s mission is to contribute to the reduction of poverty and the improvement of health and overall developmental outcomes for youth and families in low-resource communities, particularly those in sub-Saharan Africa. The Center conducts rigorous applied research focused on family-level economic strengthening and empowerment interventions that tackle the interactive effects of poverty, disease, and health-related risk factors for youth. ICHAD also seeks to increase public awareness and support for asset-based social programs, as well as to promote research-driven policy and programming.



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How do #cashtransfers have the potential to delay early marriage and pregnancy among youth in #Malawi🇲🇼 & #Zambia
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Blantyre is among five cities (including Kampala, Kingston, Kyiv, and Lagos) taking part in a two-day onboarding meeting for the joint @UNAIDS-@IAPAC @FastTrackCities Project made possible through support from @USAIDGH @PEPFAR

Welcome to @UNAIDS, @ShannonHader; @IAPAC looks forward to working with you to further strengthen our wide-ranging partnership around @FastTrackCities and other priorities for #EndingAIDS https://t.co/SSnvDntIi8

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