The Larger than Tigers report, released by the European Commission in May, presents a synthesis of the challenges facing biodiversity across Asia. Lead author Pete Wood walked us through the report’s main findings.
This note aims to share key lessons learned from the experience of EU support to nutrition and serves the purpose to inform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of similar actions in the future.
Development programmes always strive to be as effective as possible – one way of achieving efficiency is to combine the strengths of all partners working in the sector. A recent evaluation of EU Joint Programming has shown that this policy mechanism offers many advantages.
To undertake policy analysis on emerging health issues in Bangladesh and promote discussions on evidence-informed health policy process for improved health outcomes, a Health Policy Dialogue titled “Engaging Private Sector to Achieve Universal Health Coverage in Bangladesh”, took place on 28 Apri
An innovative Research Café recently brought togetherhealth practitioners, development specialists and researchers from a broad spectrum of government and civil society in Laos, all with an interest in improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health.