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The following are some of the partners we have collaborated with and some of the projects we have worked on. We are always looking for new ways to learn- please send us a message if you are interested in working with us. To view our collective CV click here


cox's bazar rohingya camp spot monitoring data analysis

This project seeks to improve efficiency and quality of UNICEF services in Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar by statistically analyzing spot monitoring data to produce recommendations and data visualizations. 

early childhood development in Myanmar

The team is producing an Early Childhood Development desk review focused on parental behaviors in the first 1,000 days of life with the UNICEF C4D team.

interagency collaboration: WFP and UNICEF

This project seeks to research incentives that can ensure that those at WFP and UNICEF notify each other when implementing strategies at various levels of their agencies, which will make for a more efficient process in managing malnutrition. This project’s team will design a monitoring and evaluation tool will allow WFP and UNICEF to measure progress in communications between the two organizations.


cultural therapy for indigenous displaced peoples of the Philippines

This project seeks to research the use of cultural therapy and oral tradition as an intervention for displaced communities with Kinding Sindaw.


This project seeks to find solutions with the Mycetoma Research Center to making healthcare easier to access for those who had mycetoma, a neglected tropical disease (NTD).

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Universal Health Coverage in Sudan: WHO

This project seeks to develop an investment analysis for WHO Sudan looking at the programs that have been implemented to achieve UHC. 


For this project, our team conducts research on partnerships with other organizations to provide children with meals as well as other important services such as water, deworming, education, health services and more. 


This project seeks to build a network of academic institutions offering Health Communication Courses in South Asian countries by evaluating current capacity of public and private universities via available data online and web-based questionnaires.   

Mali Health and Education Center

The Mali Project is working with Grace Leadership Foundation to build a center in the village of Samaya in Mali. The center will be used as a clinic and educational facility to train members of the village, specifically women, about medical practices. The team is working on a needs assessment to find out what implications would be most beneficial within the center.

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