Program: Monitoring and Evaluation

Abstract:  The authors advise to hasten slowly in defining the successor framework to the MDGs. The review of progress in 2010 should not be intermingled with the intergovernmental discussions about the post-2015 framework. The latter should not start until a UN panel of Eminent Persons has prepared a set of thoughtful options and suggestions. The […]
El objetivo central de la investigación fue realizar un análisis ampliado sobre las prácticas características de los actores involucrados en la red social del tráfico de drogas en Río de Janeiro y sobre como esta red se viene desarrollando en los últimos años, de modo de ofrecer subsidios para la elaboración de metodologías que auxilien […]
This report summarizes the latest data on the epidemiology of HIV. The epidemiological estimates  reflect continued improvement in national HIV surveillance systems and estimation methodology. In 2007–2008, national household surveys with anonymous HIV testing components were conducted in 11 countries, including nine in sub-Saharan Africa. Improvements in HIV surveillance and information systems not only provide […]
Children’s Rights, in partnership with the National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) conducted a study of efforts to improve the child welfare workforce in the context of class action litigation in 12 states and localities across the nation. The report, Improving the Child Welfare Workforce: Lessons Learned from Class Action Litigation, issued in February 2007, documents the progress […]
by Simon Pemberton, David Gordon, Shailen Nandy, Christina Pantazis, and Peter Townsend Published online 2007 October 23. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0040307 This paper explains how the international framework of human rights can be better used to help reduce child poverty and improve child survival rates. It explores the idea that around the world, three of every four children seen by […]
Women across the world bear a disproportionate burden of poverty in terms of material deprivation, discrimination, and denial of their basic rights. This means they often have little opportunity to influence the processes and institutions which shape their lives. The under-representation of women’s voices in decision-making and agenda-setting at all levels means that their interests […]
This paper reviews evidence of the impacts of global climate change on child health. It uses scientific and policy research to show the substantial evidence of disproportionate vulnerability of children in response to climate change. It argues that the diseases likely to be potentiated by climate change are primary causes of child morbidity and mortality, including vector-borne diseases, […]

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