Welcome to the UNICEF Innocenti Evidence Gap Map (EGM) on Adolescent Well-being. This EGM has four outcome domains of particular importance to adolescent well-being:
- Financial and material well-being
- Enabling environment
Please scroll through this brief tutorial to familiarize yourself with its features.
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An EGM intends to inform policy and practice by offering a snapshot of evidence on a topic or theme at a given point in time. Using a matrix of intervention types and outcomes, an EGM maps empirical evidence to show where it is strong and where the gaps lie.
This EGM includes evidence from impact evaluations and systematic reviews, obtained from a systematic search and rigorous screening process. Individual cells display information on the amount and quality of evaluative evidence by intervention and outcome. They provide a visual representation of where evidence for programming and policy is strong and where a research topic could benefit from new primary research or further synthesis.
Studies may be filtered by geographic scope; intervention criteria such as participants’ age and sex; research design; evaluation type and search term.
- Use the ontop "Show filters" button to expand or collapse filter areas.
- Click the checkbox to un/mark a selection.
- To see all studies that match the selected criteria, press the "REFRESH RESULTS" button at the bottom of the filters section.
You will see info icons throughout the EGM . Hover over an icon to view more information on the filters, outcome domains or intervention areas.
Use the collapse/expand buttons to change the EGM view. Collapse sections to see the full width of the EGM.