Resources

Resources

We produce a lot of documentation on our programmes, the areas where we work and other important subjects. You can download a selection of it, including research, publications and evaluations.

Please use the search box below to find what you are looking for.

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27 Feb 15 Research Briefing Note on Concern’s Women’s Social and Economic Rights Programme

Engaging men is one part of Concern Women's empowerment programme in Tanzania. A growing body of evidence has affirmed both the importance of engaging men in gender equality as well as the impact of programmes that target men in gender-specific and gender-transformative ways.

27 Feb 15 Publication Engaging Men on Gender Equality: Promising Practices

Building on research and evidence on engaging men, Concern has established a group education process to engage men as allies in women’s economic empowerment in Tanzania. 

19 Feb 15 Press release “Pioneering” Concern Worldwide and Kerry Group project scoops major World Bank agriculture-for-nutrition award

Concern Worldwide has won a major global Harvesting Nutrition Contest for ‘Potential Impact on Nutrition’ for its RAIN project in Zambia.

17 Feb 15 Publication Concern celebrates 30 years in Tanzania

In 2009, Concern marked thirty years of work in Tanzania. Isla Gilmore visited Concern‟s original programme area, Iringa, to speak to participants of the first projects – in agriculture, water, horticulture and forestry. After writing up their stories, these three articles were published in the Guardian newspaper in Tanzania.

17 Feb 15 Annual plan Tanzania Annual Programme Plan 2015

This is Concern Worldwide's 2015 programme plan for Tanzania.

6 Feb 15 Research Research on indicators for urban emergencies in Kenya

This study was instigated by a growing interest in predicting and averting urban food security crises. 

15 Jan 15 Publication Graduating from extreme poverty: Concern’s model in Rwanda

Programmes that support the livelihoods of poor people in developing countries are increasingly focused on ‘graduating’ participants out of extreme poverty. Concern is running a version of this model in Rwanda.

1 Jan 15 Annual plan Rwanda programme plan 2015

Concern’s country programme for Rwanda in 2015 addresses the needs of the most vulnerable groups in the country by assisting them to meet their basic needs and increase their productive assets.

17 Dec 14 Publication Supporting communities effected by climate change in Bay of Bengal

Climate change is having a devastating impact on communities in the Bay of Bengal. 

16 Dec 14 Publication Improving health and education in the Chars of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a low-lying country with relatively stable land. However, six million people live under constant threat of climatic shocks in highly unstable areas known as Chars.

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