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.

Datesort ascending Type Resource
28 Jul 15 Publication Concern Worldwide briefing note on breastfeeding

Concern endeavours to foster a breastfeeding-friendly environment in all the communities in which we work. Our aim is to ensure mothers are informed and feel supported and ideally are more likely to decide to breastfeed and to succeed in doing so.

28 Jul 15 Publication Investing in nutrition to achieve sustainable development

Malnutrition is a global problem in all its forms – eating too much, too little, or poor-quality food. Investment in good nutrition is associated with better health and education outcomes, and increased productivity.

21 Jul 15 Publication Catalysing change in Bangladesh

An overview of our diverse work in Bangladesh, from health and education to disaster risk reduction.

10 Jul 15 Publication Knowledge Matters: lessons from the city

Issue 13 of Knowledge Matters is dedicated to exploring the various experiences that Concern’s programmes have had in addressing the unique problem of urban poverty.

2 Jul 15 Publication Malawian women and girls changing their lives

This booklet was published to commemorate a Gallery Exhibition created in November 2014 to celebrate the work being done by members of the Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence in Malawi to counteract the effects of gender-based violence.

29 Jun 15 Publication Reflections on 15 years of community based management of acute malnutrition

As we reach 15 years since the initial pilot in Ethiopia, we publish two papers to examine the achievements in our community-based management of acute malnutrition programmes.

22 Jun 15 Publication Promising results: Concern’s graduation programme in Rwanda

This report presents findings on the impact of Concern's graduation programme in Rwanda as a means of addressing extreme poverty, through factors such as nutrition, social inclusion and education.

22 Jun 15 Publication Adding to the evidence: Concern’s graduation programme in Burundi

This report presents findings on the impact of Concern's graduation programme in Burundi as a means of addressing extreme poverty, through factors such as food security, health and education.

19 Jun 15 Publication Engaging men to contribute to safer communities in Tonkolili District – project evaluation

This report examines the relative success of a project to engage men with a view to reducing sexual violence against women and girls in Tonkolili District in Sierra Leone.

17 Jun 15 Publication Shifting management of a community volunteer system for improved child health outcomes: results from an operations research study in Burundi

This study by Jennifer Weiss and Delphin Sula of Concern Worldwide, and Raphael Makonnen of the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, was published in BMC Health Services Research 2015. 

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