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An Oxford University-led project, to significantly improve the health and life prospects of a generation of Africa’s youth, is one of 12 individual studies taking place as part of the new UKRI Global Research Hubs.

Teen Advisory Group Sierra Leone, photo by Inge Wessels.

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