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  1. Nigeria Literature Review

    Research—Nigeria

    This literature review (37 pages) explores the improvement of access to basic service delivery for the most marginalised groups in Anambra and Kaduna States, Nigeria In this literature review, you will learn about: The conceptual, empirical and policy literatures about the subject Does “democratic governance” mean the same as “good governance”? Where does the concept…

  2. Zimbabwe Literature Review

    Research—Zimbabwe

    This literature review (19 pages) explores the access to health services for people with disabilities in Mutasa, Mutare Urban and Mutare Rural Districts in Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. In this literature review, you will learn about: The proportion of people with disabilities in Zimbabwe, by gender The different theoretical approaches that exist to study disability, such…

  3. Newsletter Issue 4: July 2021

    Publication—Myanmar, Nigeria, Zimbabwe

    Research innovation – community reporting – GIPP analysis toolkit – country successes and stories – we have a lot to share with you in this edition! As we continue to work through COVID-19 restrictions and impacts in our various locations, we have pressed on with many activities, some in person and some remotely.We are generating…

  4. Men become caregivers at International Women’s Day celebrations

    News—Zimbabwe

    Mutasa District celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8th in unique style with men carrying the babies in a race to gender equality. Fun activities including runs, drama, poetry and singing competitions helped to bring the issues of gender equality to light for 100 women and men. During the fun-run activity, women and men exchanged…

  5. Gender equality and disability rights workshop brings community issues to the table

    Case study—Zimbabwe

    The ECID team and partners in Zimbabwe delivered virtual training on gender equality and disability rights for community leaders, government representatives and local business people from Mutasa rural district. The importance of women and women with disabilities in leadership positions was discussed, with many decision makers acknowledging that more inclusion would better prioritise issues affecting…

  6. Creating safe spaces for marginalised groups

    Case study—Myanmar

    Amidst the challenges of COVID-19, awareness sessions have been given monthly to people living with HIV (PLHIV) and people who use drugs throughout Wingmaw Township. The training is carried out by by Shwe Lin Yone (Golden Eagle), a local partner of Alliance Myanmar, an in country partner of ECID in Myanmar. During the session participants…

  7. Social accountability training in Kayin State

    Case study—Myanmar

    Kayin Sate is a conflict zone among Myanmar military and Karen National Union (KNU), one of the most powerful ethnic armed groups in Myanmar. This presents  many issues for marginalised communities n the area. To support these groups, ECID partner Local Recourse Centre (LRC) has been training community volunteers and civil society organisations on social accountability.…

  8. Gender, Inclusion, Power & Politics (GIPP) Analysis Toolkit Launch Event

    Event

    5th August | 9.30am – 11 am BST The Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID)  programme is hosting a launch event for a new toolkit to support the design and implementation of effective and relevant development and humanitarian programmes.  The Gender, Inclusion, Power and Politics (GIPP) Analysis Toolkit  aims to embed gender equality, inclusion and power analysis into…

  9. #UnequalPandemic Launch

    Blog

    Civil Society Collaborative: Inclusive COVID-19 Data  The United Nations High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which began on 6th July aims to review progress towards the 17 SDGs and discuss ways to ensure a sustainable and resilient recovery from COVID-19 that puts us on track to realize the 2030 Agenda.…

  10. Practical solutions to support rural farmers in Anambra State

    News—Nigeria

    Loss of farm produce by farmers is one of the numerous perennial problems caused by floods every year in Anambra state. Community members, especially people living with disabilities and rural women farmers, are some of the most vulnerable groups that bear the burden of flood. Also, adolescents are affected when floods submerge their schools. With…