A sample of results

Some of our global programmes and projects, and results of this cooperation:

  • Statistics from the Sida supported programme Women’s Rights Online shows that women are less digitally active than men and use the internet to a lesser degree ...
  • In the last decades, maternal and child mortality has decreased drastically, and many diseases have been pushed back. But hidden problems like violence against ...
  • Did you know that paper microscopes can be used to diagnose malaria? Or that water stations can become free from infections with the help of just a stick and a ...
  • Sensible health policies demand thorough knowledge of the health situation in the country. Yet many countries still lack official health data. The research ...
  • Small-scale agriculture still constitutes the majority of global food production. Climate change and decreasing land access has made food security a vital ...
  • Inequality increases polarization, limits democracy and economic growth. At least according to the UN research institute for social development, UNRISD. ...
  • The Business Call to Action (BCtA) encourages private sector actors to accelerate the progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals. The ...
  • Adapting their farming methods to the effects of a changing climate is essential for coffee farmers. A toolbox with guidelines, training materials and other ...
  • “We want to make sustainability reporting standard practice around the world,” says Teresa Fogelberg, Deputy Chief Executive at the Global Reporting Initiative ...
  • The impact of multi-national companies on children is vast – as consumers, young workers or family members of employees. Even so, children’s rights are often ...
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