News & Insights

The latest featured news items from SDDirect

News & Insights

 

Read the latest featured news items from SDDirect.


Malawi

PREVENTING AND RESPONDING TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS: INSIGHTS FROM MALAWI

31.08.2021

The Tithetse Nkhanza programme worked at the national and community level to address violence against women and girls through a comprehensive prevention and response programme. The programme has produced numerous tools, research pieces and practice-based lessons which will be relevant to those working on GBV prevention and response in Malawi and beyond.

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Gender, Inclusion, Power and Politics Analysis Toolkit Launched

24.08.2021

A new toolkit that integrates concepts and elements of power, gender and political economy analysis into one resource has been launched by Christian Aid and Social Development Direct.

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Disability Inclusion in Economic Development Programs: Insights from Nigeria

17.05.2021

Read our team’s blog summarising lessons learnt from disability inclusion programming in economic development programmes published by SEEP

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EARTH DAY 2021 – WOMEN AND CLIMATE CHANGE

22.04.2021

This blog to mark Earth Day 2021 draws on global evidence to provide a summary of the intersections between women’s economic empowerment and climate change and identifies 10 opportunities to accelerate action and raise ambition on climate change and gender equality.

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How our innovations are improving the lives of people with disabilities through Inclusive Futures

21.04.2021

Find out about how SDDirect are part of 16 organisations working to include people with disabilities in health, work, education, and tackle stigma and discrimination.

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Towards more inclusive programming to address violence against women and girls (VAWG)

16.04.2021

While we have known for long that VAWG can affect women and girls from all groups and walks of life (the global estimate that 1 in 3 women will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime has remained the same for over a decade), growing evidence is telling us more about how the experiences of VAWG vary between groups