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Injury Center Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs)

CE09-009: Youth Violence Prevention through Economic, Environmental and Policy Change

Initial Fiscal Year: 2009
Program: ERPO
FOA Number: CE09-009
FOA Title: Youth Violence Prevention through Economic, Environmental and Policy Change

Purpose

The purpose of this program of research is to assess the efficacy or effectiveness of interventions and policies designed to change the economic or environmental characteristics of a community to reduce rates of youth violence perpetration and victimization. Youth violence has been linked to a variety of factors, including individual, family, community, and societal characteristics. Although much research has been conducted on interventions to change the characteristics of individuals and families, less research has focused on evaluating interventions and policies designed to change community economic or environmental factors.

Awarded Projects

Project Name: School Environment as a Mechanism to Reduce Youth Violence and Victimization
Grant Number: 1 U01 CE001651-01
Project Period: 09/01/09-08/31/13

Project Name: Youth Violence and Housing Programs to Deconcentrate Poverty
Grant Number: 1 U01 CE001631-01
Project Period: 09/01/09-8/31/11

Project Name: Large Scale Natural Experiment of Community Economic Development: Effects on Violence
Grant Number: 1 U01 CE001630-01
Project Period: 09/01/09-08/31/14


 

 
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