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Next week the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Ghana (CARLIGH) will be meeting to develop its strategy and consider how best to communicate this both internally and externally. Ghana Forum 2
Diarrhoea is one of the leading causes of child mortality in developing countries. Two million children die of diarrhoea in the world every year. Research published recently in the Journal of Lumbini Medical College has found that children living in the slums of Nepal's small hill towns are at significant risk of diarrhoea.
INASP and Politics & Ideas invite government agencies to participate in an opportunity to improve the use of knowledge in policy through the application of a new diagnostic tool
INASP and Politics & Ideas announce their partnership to deliver a series of capacity development services to strengthen public institutions’ capacity to produce and use knowledge in policy making, including individual skills training, organizational assessment and development of change management plans.
Webinar: 29 June 2017, 13:00 - 14:30 BST
Nepal has one of the highest rates of domestic violence against women in the world as it is just emerging from its strong patriarchal past. Domestic violence or its fear prevents women from enjoying their rights and achieving their full potential in their professional, social and personal lives.
Partnership focuses on advancing scientific knowledge collaboration
Travelling abroad to work or study has become a national trend in Nepal, especially in the young male population. Over three million Nepali migrant workers are in the Middle East, Malaysia and India. Particularly in India and in Malaysia, migrant workers are involved in risky sexual practices which may have health consequences to their wives as well.
Empowered women take better decisions and make better life choices for themselves and their families. They also help to reverse traditional societal gender-based injustice.
How AuthorAID research writing training is embedded into local institutions – and the difference that this makes – will be the focus of Research to Action’s fourth webinar in the ‘Cup of tea with…’ series, which will be held today (Thursday, 27 April) at 14:00 BST.