Our goal is to foster discussion among the broad orphan & vulnerable children (OVC) community to promote evidence-based, peer-reviewed research.
This site was founded by the Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research at Duke University, but it is a collaborative project with connections to many other research institutions.
Search our library and resources page to view our database of published manuscripts and toolkits related to orphan and vulnerable children research.
A guest blog post from Vilma Ilic, MSW talks about Asset-building programs as social protection for OVC in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Recent Blog Posts
Our blog contains posts about global OVC research and policy issues, as well as it features content from the field
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