Angelique Nicole Chetty

Research Assistant, Safety and Violence Initiative

Research Project(s)

  • ParentApp for Teens
  • Global Parenting Initiative

Research Interests

  • Mental Health
  • M&E
  • Positive Parenting 
  • Preventing violence against children


Angelique Nicole Chetty is a Research Assistant for the Safety and Violence Initiative at the Centre for Social Science Research. Her work focuses on the ParentApp for Teens for the Global Parenting Initiative, on the Tanzania team. In this role, she provides project management support and coordination, and implementation oversight for the piloting, optimisation trial and randomised controlled trial of ParentApp for Teens. She is an early-career researcher with a passion for using evidence to improve the lives of vulnerable people in Sub-Saharan Africa, and ultimately reduce violence against children. Previously, she led the monitoring and evaluation component for the Covid-19 Playful Parenting Emergency Response, which reached over 210 million parents in 198 countries and territories. She holds a BA in Psychology from the Cornerstone Institute and a BA in Psychology (Honours) from the University of South Africa. 

 Angelique Nicole Chetty CV

Recent Publications 

  • Awah, I., Green, O., Baerecke, L., Janowski, R., Klapwijk, J., Chetty, A. N., ... & Cluver, L. D. (2022). ‘It provides practical tips, practical solutions!’: acceptability, usability, and satisfaction of a digital parenting intervention across African countries. Psychology, Health & Medicine27(sup1), 107-123.

  • Sherr, L., Mebrahtu, H., Mwaba, K., Nurova, N., Chetty, A. N., Swartz, A., ... & Lachman, J. M. (2022). ‘Tipping the balance'–an evaluation of COVID-19 parenting resources developed and adapted for child protection during global emergency responses. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine10(1), 676-694

  • Cluver, L., Shenderovich, Y., Toska, E., Rudgard, W. E., Zhou, S., Orkin, M., Chetty A. N., ... & Sherr, L. (2021). Clinic and care: associations with adolescent antiretroviral therapy adherence in a prospective cohort in South Africa. AIDS (London, England)35(8), 1263.