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Improving Adolescents’ Food Choices: Learnings from the Bhalo Khabo Bhalo Thakbo (“Eat Well, Live Well”) Campaign in Bangladesh

Field Exchange Issue 66

This article details the co-design, implementation and early evaluation results of an initiative for promoting the consumption of nutritious foods in adolescents. The initiative involved school and community activities, social media and celebrity endorsements and a pledge for individual and...

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Inka Barnett & 6 others

1 November 2021


Call to Action: Building Momentum around Climate Change in Rural Sanitation

On 28th October 2021, the Sanitation Learning Hub (Institute of Development Studies) and the Institute for Sustainable Futures (University of Technology Sydney) convened a workshop that brought together rural sanitation practitioners and researchers from across the world. This ensuing call to...

The Sanitation Learning Hub and Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney

1 November 2021


Responding and Reflecting on Child Rights

Rejuvenate Dialogue;1

The series of Rejuvenate dialogues are intended to foster debate across a community of practice working on child and youth rights. Our first dialogue examined the principles that can help support child and youth-centred research and community development. During the dialogue, we highlighted two...

1 November 2021


Assessing the Equity and Redistributive Effects of Taxation Reforms in Nigeria

ICTD Working Paper 130

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of poverty and inequality reduction through redistribution have indeed become critical concerns in many low- and middle-income countries, including Nigeria. Although redistribution results from the effect of tax revenue collections, micro...

Henry C. Edeh

1 November 2021


Understanding Intersecting Vulnerabilities Experienced by Religious Minorities Living in Poverty in the Shadows of Covid-19

CREID Intersections Series; Religious Inequalities and Covid-19

The purpose of this study, conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic between November 2020 and March 2021 in India and Nigeria, is to explore the direct and indirect effects of Covid-19 on religiously marginalised groups experiencing intersecting vulnerabilities. The findings provide recognition...

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Joanna Howard & 17 others

31 October 2021