Preventable child death

Mongolia, Timor Leste

Mongolia, Timor Leste

This formative research informed integrated programming on reducing preventable child death from pneumonia, diarrhoea and newborn complications in Mongolia and Timor Leste.  The research sought to define behavioural and social change outcomes by identifying barriers that prevent communities from adopting healthy behaviours, and the positive motivations and triggers that contribute to an enabling environment and support communities to seek care.  In Mongolia, the research focused particularly on issues of environmental pollution, and the final outputs were produced in English and Mongolian.  For this work, Anthrologica was awarded Best of UNICEF Research 2014.

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