The Challenge Initiative (TCI) Nigeria commenced its technical support to the government of Nigeria in late 2016. It uses an innovative, demand-driven approach that encourages cities to assume an active role in the design and implementation of high impact interventions (HIIs).
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This bibliography brings together key resources on the intersection between caste and gender and explores the central significance of gender for the operation of caste, and the impact of caste on gender. It groups the implications of the intersection of gender and caste norms into the themes of theory, education, health, violence, politics and work.
This paper presents the work of Voice of the Voiceless (VOVO), a civil society organisation based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and development partner of Oxfam.
Transform/PHARE (PHARE), a USAID-funded and PSI-powered social and behavior change program, worked across Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, and Niger to break down social barriers as an entry point to generate demand for voluntary family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) care.
This webpage introduces the concept of audience segmentation and provides examples of how it was applied in the Transform/PHARE project.
This webpage introduces the Engaging Religious Leaders project, implemented in Niger under Transform/PHARE.
This webpage introduces the Sarari project, implemented in Niger under Transform/PHARE.
This webpage introduces the concept of provider behavior change and provides examples of how it was applied in the Transform/PHARE project.
This webpage introduces the concept of cross-sectoral behavior change and provides examples of how it was applied in the Transform/PHARE project.
This interactive exercise helps youth estimate the expenses needed to support a family and realize how a larger number of children has an impact in the financial burden for the family. Young men participating in this exercise usually express the desire of a smaller number of children after having performed the exercise.