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SVRI and Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. (2017). Brief: Preventing risky behaviours among adolescents in conflict-affected communities. Pretoria: SVRI.

Abstract 

The eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is slowly rebuilding after more than 20 years of conflict. Because of the prolonged conflict, adolescents living in rural areas are particularly vulnerable to risky behaviour, such as drinking alcohol and using violence. This study builds on a successful partnership with PAIDEK, an established Congolese microfinance organisation, to examine locals’ perceptions of youth engagement in alcohol consumption and violence, and the consequences of these behaviours.

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