What We Know About Youth – and What We Don’t

by Amy Sink Davies, VP or Food Security & Agriculture, RTI International

Over the past several years, the development community has made a lot of assumptions about youth and their motivations, but without a lot of hard data to inform our programming.  RTI has a new survey that sheds some light on youth motivations.  (Click the link to read Ms. Davies’ article on the Chicago Council website.)

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