Monthly Archives: October 2015

FROM THE RESEARCH TEAM: USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO HELP UNDERSTAND HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOUR

BY KIMBER HADDIX MCKAY, RESEARCH, MONITORING AND EVALUATION DIRECTOR In recent years we’ve used geographic information systems (GIS) to allow us to visualize, analyse, and interpret data we collect in our project sites, in order to better understand patterns and … Read more

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NEPAL’S CONSTITUTION – A QUICK Q AND A WITH PRALHAD DHAKAL

Last month, Nepal finally passed a formal constitution after nearly a decade of political paralysis. However, it has not been smooth sailing for the nation still recovering from the devastating earthquakes in April and May this year. Protests, violence and … Read more

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