BLOGPOST: Keeping doors open through investments in adolescent schooling and nutrition: Lessons from IFPRI’s Impact Evaluations

Adolescence is a crucial stage of life as it shapes an individual’s well-being throughout their life course and affects the well-being of future generations. Using evidence from IFPRIs impact evaluations, Agnes Quisumbing and Crossley Pinkstaff, Senior Research Fellow and Research Analyst in IFPRI’s Poverty, Health and Nutrition Division, present a case for why adolescence is a critical window of opportunity for investing in education and nutrition and provide key-take aways for future adolescent programming. This blog builds on a summarized version that was originally posted on the Young Lives blog.

Read the blogpost here on the A4NH Gender-Nutrition Idea Exchange.

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