Papers-Published dateSunday, April 2, 2017 - 04:00
Promoting women’s economic empowerment : emerging insights from a 5-year policy research program - GrOW Program report no.3
Women's labour force participation and wages are deeply influenced by social norms, and in developing countries, economic growth alone has no robust effect on female employment.Published dateWednesday, May 2, 2018 - 00:00
Many economic empowerment programs focus on increasing women's labour force participation. But without addressing their disproportionate burden of unpaid and exhausting care work, women hardly benefit from more hours of paid employment.Published date2018
Integrated research partnerships for malaria control through an ecohealth approach in East Africa : Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda projects; final report
The study focuses on linkages between malaria and livelihoods, malaria and ecosystems, and malaria and health systems. Malaria was found to be relatively low in savannah areas compared to rice irrigation agroecology.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
The burden of disease from environmental and occupational health hazards and climate change is a growing concern in eastern Africa.