Dataset: Adolescent Girls Initiative–Kenya (AGI-K)
The Adolescent Girls Initiative is a longitudinal, randomized controlled trial that is testing the impact of different multi-sectoral packages of intervention on very young adolescent girls in two marginalized geographies of Kenya - an urban informal settlement and rural areas in northeastern Kenya along the border of Somalia. The trial is testing four packages of interventions: 1) violence prevention only; 2) violence prevention + education; 3) violence prevention + education + health; and 4) violence prevention + education + health + wealth.
Austrian, Karen, Erica Soler-Hampejsek, John Maluccio, Benta Abuya, Beth Kangwana, Yohannes Wado Dibaba. 2018. "Adolescent Girls Initiative–Kenya (AGI-K)," https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/94U224, Harvard Dataverse, V5.
Adolescent Girls Initiative-Kenya