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Evaluating peer-to-peer mentorship and human capital development among adolescent girls in Afghanistan

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Credit: The Asia Foundation

In this project, we are investigating the effectiveness of peer-to-peer mentorship for improving the academic performance and mental health of middle school girls in Afghanistan. In addition, we are studying the mechanisms through which peer-to-peer mentorship can achieve positive outcomes and how these mentorship programs can be most effective. Our research will contribute to a better understanding of how educational outcomes can be improved in the face of budget shortages and human capital constraints. Moreover, it will contribute to our understanding of the psychological and social barriers to learning among students in high stress environments.

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