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Palestinian Territory

  1. Covid-19 phone survey (round 2) in Jordan and Palestine

  2. Through their eyes: exploring the complex drivers of child marriage in humanitarian contexts

  3. ‘I have nothing to feed my family…’: Covid-19 risk pathways for adolescent girls in low- and middle-income countries

  4. Exploring the impact of Covid-19 on adolescents in the Gaza Strip

  5. 'Even though I am blind, I am still human!': the neglect of adolescents with disabilities' human rights in conflict-affected contexts

  6. Leave no adolescent behind: the gender- and age-specific vulnerabilities of adolescent refugees and IDPs

  7. Why a ‘cash plus’ approach is critical to better support children and adolescents with disabilities: evidence from Jordan and Palestine

  8. Counter-terrorism, bank de-risking and humanitarian response: a path forward

  9. ‘A humanitarian sector in debt’: counter-terrorism, bank de-risking and financial access for NGOs in the West Bank and Gaza

  10. Adolescents with disabilities denied access to basic education and health services – new report

  11. Adolescents with disabilities: enhancing resilience and delivering inclusive development

  12. Accelerating adolescent girls’ education and empowerment: a call for action to the G7

  13. Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence overview

  14. GAGE on: adolescence and gender norms

  15. 'I prefer to stay silent': exploring opportunities for and challenges to adolescents' psychosocial and mental health in Gaza

  16. ‘No one told me about that’: exploring adolescent access to health services and information in Gaza

  17. ‘If you speak your mind, they judge’: exploring opportunities for and challenges to adolescent voice and agency in Gaza

  18. 'We girls also have ambitions!': Exploring opportunities for and challenges to quality education for adolescents in Gaza

  19. Trump's UNRWA funding freeze: why the most disadvantaged stand to lose

  20. Every child counts: understanding the needs and perspectives of children with disabilities in the State of Palestine