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  1. Reflections from the Social and Behaviour Change Communication Summit

    In April 2018, an international conference on Social and Behaviour Change and Communication (SBCC) was held in Bali, Nusa Dua, Indonesia....

  2. WASH on World Health Day: Getting the basic right

    7 April marks World Health Day. This year’s theme is ‘Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere’. Sophie Durrans, Research Uptake Officer, reflects on some of SHARE’s...

  3. Safe Start- Formative Research Brief

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  4. Researcher of the Month: Evalyne Aseyo

    Our Researcher of the Month for April is Evalyne Aseyo, PhD student and researcher on the Safe Start project at...

  5. Researcher of the Month: Dr Safari Kinunghi

    Our Researcher of the Month for March is Dr Safari Kinunghi from MITU and NIMR in Tanzania. As co-PI of...

  6. Engaging cross-sector stakeholders in Tanzania

    I recently travelled with my colleague Sophie Durrans to visit our partner organisation, Mwanza Intervention Trials Unit (MITU), in Mwanza...

  7. Engaging Participants in Community-based Research- Policy Brief

    SHARE, WASHTED and other WASH and health research partners collaborated to explore issues of trust around community-based research through a community dialogue event in Chikwawa, Southern Malawi. This policy brief outlines key recommendations...

  8. Researcher's Guide to Good Practice in Community Health Research

    Following a community engagement event in southern rural Malawi, SHARE and a number of collaborating organisations produced a researcher's guide to good practice in community health research. The booklet outlines the steps researchers should...

  9. Research into Use in Kisumu County, Kenya

    Myself and my colleague Sophie Durrans recently travelled to Kisumu, Kenya to visit our partner organisation, Great Lakes University Kisumu (GLUK). GLUK are...

  10. Effect of innate antiviral glycoproteins in breast milk on seroconversion to rotavirus vaccine (Rotarix) in children in Lusaka, Zambia

    Rotavirus vaccines have been introduced into national immunization programmes to mitigate morbidity and mortality associated rotavirus diarrhoea. Lower vaccine effectiveness has however been noted in low-middle...